• Thailand - Thai soldier killed in fighting

    T/I: 10:00:30 Thai soldiers opened fire from Chong Chom, Thailand on Second Prime Minister Hun Sen's troops across the border in Cambodia on Wednesday (27/8) after a Thai soldier was killed and two injured when artillery overshot the border during a major assault on royalist soldiers. Intense fighting with heavy artillery, mortars and small arms erupted on Wednesday afternoon. The fighting was the heaviest in two weeks around the border village of O Smach, where outnumbered and outgunned soldiers loyal to deposed co-premier Prince Norodom Ranariddh have put up a stubborn defence. SHOWS: CHONG CHOM, THAILAND 27/8 WS border post; CU sign; VS journalists at border; Cambodian side of border with sound of gunfire; VS pro-Ranariddh soldiers on Cambodian side; VS hut on fire ...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Archive Historical Thailand Documentary

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  • THAILAND: BANGKOK: OLYMPIC WINNERS OFFER MEDALS TO KING

    Natural Sound Two Thai boxers, fresh from their victories in the Atlanta games, have given their Olympic medals away. The medals were presented to the King of Thailand as a commemorative gift for his fiftieth anniversary on the throne. The sporting heroes were honoured by the monarch as a credit to their country. Gold medallist Somluck Kamsing and bronze medallist Vichai Rachanont, still flush with their Olympic boxing success, were granted an audience with His Majesty the King at the Chitralada Palace on Saturday evening. The King praised the Thai boxing team and told them they deserve recognition for an historic sporting achievement which has enhanced Thailand's reputation abroad. The monarch rewarded both Somluck and Vichai with a copy of his latest work of ...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Thailand/Cambodia - Refugees flood into Thailand

    T/I: 10:00:15 The exodus of tens of thousands of civilians across the Thai border continues. The government on Saturday claimed complete victory over the Khmer Rouge as their flight began. Hordes of refugees arrived at a temporary camp set up by international aid agencies SHOWS: NA TAM BOL, THAI MILITARY CHECKPOINT, 16 KM FROM THAI-CAMBODIAN BORDER 03/05 WS refugee cart past soldier; CU soldier; CU carts of refugees past camera; CU wheels; VS soldier checking cart for weapons; MS cattle and cart with refugees along track; MS cattle pulling cart past soldiers; UAY HAMRAN, THAILAND 03/05 LS traffic and refugees along road; MS former Khmer Rouge soldiers squatting under tree; PAN ACROSS refugees outside make-shift shacks; WS shanty town of makeshift shelters; WS...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • THAILAND: POTENTIALLY LETHAL GEMSTONES MAY FLOOD GLOBAL MARKET

    English/Nat Hundreds of potentially lethal gemstones may be flooding onto the global market. The gems - a type called "cat's eyes" - have been blasted with radiation to enhance their colour and value. But their aesthetic value to the gems admirers could prove dangerous as buyers risk skin cancer if they wear them in finished jewellery. This is a cat's eye before treatment, and this is what it looks like after. The difference - thousands of dollars in value and a radiation level more than fifty times above safe limits. The scam was discovered in the vaults of Bangkok's Jewellery Trade Centre. Though this cat's eye was clear, they found several that were potentially deadly. It's believed they've been circulating widely on the Asian market for months. SOUNDBITE:...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • THAILAND: HUMAN TRIALS ON HIV VACCINE BEGIN (V)

    Thai/Nat VOICED BY: Richard Vaughan Human trials of an H-I-V vaccine have begun in Thailand, hopefully paving the way for protection from the retro-virus and prevention of the onset of AIDS. The vaccine, known as AIDSVAX, is manufactured in the United States by VAXGEN Incorporated. If the trials are successful, VAXGEN will be given approval by the Federal Drug Agency (F-D-A) to be sold in America. VOICE-OVER: (0.02) The first volunteers receive their injections. They're all former drugs addicts, who are supposed to be AIDS free, but are considered at high risk of contracting the virus. About five percent of the group would normally become infected every year. Over the next three years, it's hoped two-and-a-half thousand Thais will take part in the project. ...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Thailand in the 1950's. Archive film 93212

    British Overseas Airways Corporation. B.O.A.C. Early air travel to the Far East. Asia. Bangkok, Siam. Close up of the front of the plane with the Bangkok flag flying. Collection of large structures in a circle form, traffic passing by and a rickshaw. Large buildings line the street, a tram passes by and rickshaws travel in the opposite direction, a car travels past too. A big white building, trees by the side of the road and some traffic going past, a pedestrian is also visible as is a rickshaw in the background. People stood and swimming in some water, a small child dives in, the banks lined with tall trees and the road just beside the bank, houses are also visible. A long, narrow boat is pushed along the muddy water, passing by houses as they go. A bridge over water is exceptionally bu...

    published: 24 Jan 2015
  • Thailand Film Archive Tour DSCN0001

    published: 11 Aug 2013
  • THAILAND: HOSTAGES SITUATION: RESCUE (V)

    Voice and effects Voiced by: Phillippa Meager Hundreds of patients, visitors and staff were freed from a hospital in western Thailand after police and army troops raided the building shortly before dawn. Ten Myanmar insurgents who staged the takeover on Monday were killed in the rescue, which has won praise from ordinary Thais and the Myanmar government. The rebels belonged to a fringe insurgent group which took the hostages to pressure Thailand to help their beleaguered movement. VOICE-OVER: 00 02 Thai special forces swept into the Ratchaburi Provincial Hospital just before dawn broke. 00 08 Police and soldiers armed with M-16 assault rifles entered the walled, six-acre hospital compound on foot and in trucks and jeeps. 00 17 FX 00 19 Explosions and automatic w...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • A Tour of Thailand's Film Archive DSCN0059

    published: 11 Aug 2013
  • THAILAND: MONKEY'S DRINK PROBLEM

    Eng/Nat The high life is taking its toll on the star attractions at the ancient temple in Lop Buri, north of Bangkok. The local wild monkeys bring plenty of cash laden tourists to the temple, but there is a down side -- the primates have a drink problem. There was music, dance and food in plenty when the town of Lop Buri, about 80 miles (130 kilometres) north of Bangkok, threw a banquet for its wild temple monkeys. The festivities were to thank the monkeys for attracting all the tourists and their accompanying cash. The monkeys were grateful but the tourists have developed the primates' tastes beyond fruit. Cola is fine but a beer is better. SOUNDBITE: ``They like it, they really love it. They know how to open the cans and they know how to eat. They are ver...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Indian Wedding Video - Sonny & Hina in Thailand by arChive

    Life isn’t about waiting for the storm to pass. Its about learning to dance in the rain” // Once upon a time and not so long ago in Koh Samui - in Thai เกาะสมุย the beautiful island off the east coast of Thailand, Hina and Shamshir made their dream come true. We all know we can write the best chapters in life with love, and this was not plain love, it was destiny. A beautiful wedding, in this amazing tropical scenery, that was as challenging an experience as a tropical monsoon. A wedding that will be remembered by all, as being very special, leaving us with a quirky smile for a number of peculiarities that we shall not reveal… // We were overwhelmed by the endless dreamy tropical sandy beaches, the coral reefs lost in tides, in a tantalising composition of turquoise water, among jungles...

    published: 30 Apr 2017
  • Thailand Film Archive Tour DSCN0005

    published: 11 Aug 2013
  • Thailand-50th Anniversary Of King Bhumibol's Reign

    T/I: 10:48:42 GS 10:33:15 Millions of people across Thailand joined in the country's celebration of the century Sunday (9/6) for the Golden Jubilee of King Bhumibol Adulyadej. Surrounded by thousands of guards in traditional uniforms and greeted with fanfares, the monarch's family began the day offering flowers and incense to honor the eight previous kings of the Chakri dynasty. SHOWS: Bangkok, Thailand (9/6) 0.00 soldiers in white uniforms debark bus 0.05 soldiers in brightly colored uniforms standing 0.09 soldiers walking away 0.15 ladies reading paper 0.19 pan across field of soldiers on parade. 0.27 king arrives 0.35 king conducting incense ceremony 0.40 ws military at attention 0.47 soldier succumbing to heat 0.52 guns firing, people celebrating in st...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Spaniard sentenced to death for killing in Thailand

    (21 Apr 2017) A Thai court has sentenced to death a Spanish man after finding him guilty of murder in the gruesome death of a fellow Spaniard. Artur Segarra Princep was charged with premeditated murder following the death of 40-year old David Bernat. Bernat's dismembered body was retrieved from a river. Bloodstains and DNA was found in Segarra's Bangkok apartment. Segarra's lawyer said his client had denied the charge and will appeal. During the investigation, police said they found a freezer in Segarra's home that is believed to have been used to store the body, as well as a book with instructions on how to dismember bodies. Segarra was arrested in Cambodia and sent back to Thailand in February to stand trial. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive....

    published: 26 Apr 2017
  • SYND 28 11 76 KING BHUMIPON OF THAILAND OPENS NEW PARLIAMENT

    king Bhumipon officially opened Thailand's new parliament on Thursday (November 25), The National Reform Administrative Assembly. This body, which is comprised of 340 members, was picked by the military junta which swept to power at the beginning of October. One hundred and forty of the members are military officers, the others is this conservative body come from business and political circles. Thailand's government is attempting to improve its international image, and has released on bail, political prisoners seized during the coup. King Bhumipon made a short speech during which he called on all Thais to work together for the good of the country You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/0a299a01003a7555743bd25fb7a5af91 Find out more a...

    published: 23 Jul 2015
Thailand - Thai soldier killed in fighting

Thailand - Thai soldier killed in fighting

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T/I: 10:00:30 Thai soldiers opened fire from Chong Chom, Thailand on Second Prime Minister Hun Sen's troops across the border in Cambodia on Wednesday (27/8) after a Thai soldier was killed and two injured when artillery overshot the border during a major assault on royalist soldiers. Intense fighting with heavy artillery, mortars and small arms erupted on Wednesday afternoon. The fighting was the heaviest in two weeks around the border village of O Smach, where outnumbered and outgunned soldiers loyal to deposed co-premier Prince Norodom Ranariddh have put up a stubborn defence. SHOWS: CHONG CHOM, THAILAND 27/8 WS border post; CU sign; VS journalists at border; Cambodian side of border with sound of gunfire; VS pro-Ranariddh soldiers on Cambodian side; VS hut on fire on Cambodian side; VS Thai soldiers at border area; hiding in trench as shells land; command post; Thai soldiers moving near border; journalist and soldiers under cover; Incoming round explodes on Cambodian side of border; wounded pro-Ranariddh soldiers being brought over to Thai side for treatment; VS Thai soldiers helping evacuated wounded pro-Ranariddh soldiers; Incoming round explodes on Thai side of border; dead Thai soldier Sergeant Pichit Jaikla carried off; dead soldier on ground; man treating wounded Cambodian soldier; wounded Cambodian soldier carried off; wounded Cambodian in sling; carried off in sling; Interiors Cap Choeng hospital; VS wounded Thai soldiers being treated; dead soldier on hospital bed; 3.44 You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/8ef385dbccdf6b77402baa2a0be8d327 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Archive Historical Thailand Documentary

Archive Historical Thailand Documentary

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THAILAND: BANGKOK: OLYMPIC WINNERS OFFER MEDALS TO KING

THAILAND: BANGKOK: OLYMPIC WINNERS OFFER MEDALS TO KING

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Natural Sound Two Thai boxers, fresh from their victories in the Atlanta games, have given their Olympic medals away. The medals were presented to the King of Thailand as a commemorative gift for his fiftieth anniversary on the throne. The sporting heroes were honoured by the monarch as a credit to their country. Gold medallist Somluck Kamsing and bronze medallist Vichai Rachanont, still flush with their Olympic boxing success, were granted an audience with His Majesty the King at the Chitralada Palace on Saturday evening. The King praised the Thai boxing team and told them they deserve recognition for an historic sporting achievement which has enhanced Thailand's reputation abroad. The monarch rewarded both Somluck and Vichai with a copy of his latest work of translation - the Mahajanaka - and a gold pendant, once the two had handed over their Olympic medals. All boxers taking part in the Atlanta Games had promised to bring back any medals they won as a gift to His Majesty the King as part of the Golden Jubilee celebrations for the 50th anniversary of his accession to the throne. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/ebc17d1ecd2698d9388275e927c9ba72 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Thailand/Cambodia - Refugees flood into Thailand

Thailand/Cambodia - Refugees flood into Thailand

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T/I: 10:00:15 The exodus of tens of thousands of civilians across the Thai border continues. The government on Saturday claimed complete victory over the Khmer Rouge as their flight began. Hordes of refugees arrived at a temporary camp set up by international aid agencies SHOWS: NA TAM BOL, THAI MILITARY CHECKPOINT, 16 KM FROM THAI-CAMBODIAN BORDER 03/05 WS refugee cart past soldier; CU soldier; CU carts of refugees past camera; CU wheels; VS soldier checking cart for weapons; MS cattle and cart with refugees along track; MS cattle pulling cart past soldiers; UAY HAMRAN, THAILAND 03/05 LS traffic and refugees along road; MS former Khmer Rouge soldiers squatting under tree; PAN ACROSS refugees outside make-shift shacks; WS shanty town of makeshift shelters; WS large Red Cross medical facility tent; WS large Red Cross tent; MS refugees in Red Cross tent being registered; MS Red Cross workers taking details from woman with child; CU Red Cross worker; MS refugee carts with possessions past camera; CU child asleep on cart; MS mother with children; WS mother with children; CU child; CU youth with cap; MS refugees collecting water from pipe; MS refugees looking on; MS flat bed truck with refugees past camera; WS carts past camera; Pan across Khmer Rouge soldiers buying civilian clothes; MS children along road, girl with pigs, man with bicycle; CU false leg made from recoiless rifle Pull out man on crutches. 3.09 You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/996828c9fe0aca434b8899739c45a508 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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THAILAND: POTENTIALLY LETHAL GEMSTONES MAY FLOOD GLOBAL MARKET

THAILAND: POTENTIALLY LETHAL GEMSTONES MAY FLOOD GLOBAL MARKET

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English/Nat Hundreds of potentially lethal gemstones may be flooding onto the global market. The gems - a type called "cat's eyes" - have been blasted with radiation to enhance their colour and value. But their aesthetic value to the gems admirers could prove dangerous as buyers risk skin cancer if they wear them in finished jewellery. This is a cat's eye before treatment, and this is what it looks like after. The difference - thousands of dollars in value and a radiation level more than fifty times above safe limits. The scam was discovered in the vaults of Bangkok's Jewellery Trade Centre. Though this cat's eye was clear, they found several that were potentially deadly. It's believed they've been circulating widely on the Asian market for months. SOUNDBITE: (English) "One of the labs in Indonesia actually came here after we'd made our (press) release, and sat down and told us of the literally boxfuls of these stones that were submitted for testing in June, July, August." SUPER CAPTION: Kenneth Scaratt, Bangkok Centre for Gemstone Testing Irradiating gems is normal practise within the industry. Even dazzlers like this huge blue topaz have been treated. But it's tightly controlled and most stones are totally safe within days. Impurities in the cat's eyes mean they retain high levels of radiation, often for years. The scam can only have been done by professionals, working at a nuclear reactor plant, with contacts in the gem industry. Experts say those involved must have been aware of how dangerous irradiated gemstones could be to people. SOUNDBITE: (English) "The person sitting in the nuclear facility must have been aware of it and to be aware of it and let it out to the public is nothing short of criminal." SUPER CAPTION: Kenneth Scaratt, Bangkok Centre for Gemstone Testing Gem traders point out the irradiated stones make up a tiny fraction of the overall market. They say the answer is for consumers to leave dark brown cat's eyes well alone. Indonesians hotly deny they are the source of the radiated gemstones. The culprits will probably never be caught but it is hoped that publicity will stop them in their tracks. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/2a637743483ab3507747185cc085ba5f Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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THAILAND: HUMAN TRIALS ON HIV VACCINE BEGIN (V)

THAILAND: HUMAN TRIALS ON HIV VACCINE BEGIN (V)

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Thai/Nat VOICED BY: Richard Vaughan Human trials of an H-I-V vaccine have begun in Thailand, hopefully paving the way for protection from the retro-virus and prevention of the onset of AIDS. The vaccine, known as AIDSVAX, is manufactured in the United States by VAXGEN Incorporated. If the trials are successful, VAXGEN will be given approval by the Federal Drug Agency (F-D-A) to be sold in America. VOICE-OVER: (0.02) The first volunteers receive their injections. They're all former drugs addicts, who are supposed to be AIDS free, but are considered at high risk of contracting the virus. About five percent of the group would normally become infected every year. Over the next three years, it's hoped two-and-a-half thousand Thais will take part in the project. (0.24) Thailand has been ravaged by AIDS - in part because of its sex industry and drug abuse. The vaccine being trialed here is different from anything used in the United States. It matches a different strain of HIV that exists in this country. (0.39) Half of the volunteers will receive the U-S manufactured AIDSVAX -- the others will be given a placebo. (0.45) UPSOT VOLUNTEER IN THAI (0.46) This volunteer says I'm happy to be able to do this and to make some contribution to society. (0.51) The test - which is the first large-scale trail of an AIDS vaccine in a developing country - will cost about nine million dollars. (1.00) The first results are expected in about two and a half years time. (1.09) VISION ENDS You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/dccd9545e05d3f3fc5201be3aa21a6a9 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Thailand in the 1950's.  Archive film 93212

Thailand in the 1950's. Archive film 93212

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British Overseas Airways Corporation. B.O.A.C. Early air travel to the Far East. Asia. Bangkok, Siam. Close up of the front of the plane with the Bangkok flag flying. Collection of large structures in a circle form, traffic passing by and a rickshaw. Large buildings line the street, a tram passes by and rickshaws travel in the opposite direction, a car travels past too. A big white building, trees by the side of the road and some traffic going past, a pedestrian is also visible as is a rickshaw in the background. People stood and swimming in some water, a small child dives in, the banks lined with tall trees and the road just beside the bank, houses are also visible. A long, narrow boat is pushed along the muddy water, passing by houses as they go. A bridge over water is exceptionally busy with people passing to and from the city, with both pedestrians and people, various boats in the foreground and one travels along the water and begins to pass under the bridge. Aerial viewpoint down onto the river, the city clearly visible in the background and buildings in front of the river too. 2 people dressed in yellow head into a temple, the camera rolls out over the water, showing boats moving in both directions and the city behind them. A temple with a red and black roof looks quite attractive. Close up of a statue of a man in a top hat, an archway visible behind him and the side of the temple. Another statue of a man in a top hat, this one however looks quite scary, temple is also visible behind him. A man with a broom sweeps in front of the archway, which has a statue to either side, a man dressed in yellow approaches. A white building with 2 smaller black statues outside, 2 people emerge from either side dressed up and appear to be doing some sort of dance, close up is given making the clothes more visible, 2 more join them, followed by another pair and another, they all dance in unison. Triangle pieces of fabric with various pictures on are held down by small rocks, they all touch on the edges. People are stood around the artwork and a little boy approaches a selection of what appear to be kites and buys one. A little boy unravels the string and holds the kite into the air, he is surrounded by lots of other small children. The kite is up in the air and has caught the wind. A man picks up a much bigger version and carries it away from the crowds. A man with a basket in his lap unwinds the string belonging to the kite. A man hands out strings to people close by. Kites are shown flying high in the sky. People stand by watching as the large kite is positioned to be lifted into the air, the man at the end of the string prepares himself. The kite is thrown into the air, the man jumps up as he does so and watches it take off. The man pulls back on the string as the kite lifts to the air. He lets the string go and the kite lifts fairly high and floats about in the air. The gentleman pulls and adjusts the string appropriately, the crowd staring to the sky. Kite shown in the air again, it dips occasionally but catches the wind again. The man pulls on the string quite hard several times. The kite is a fair distance away now, just visible. Man continues to pull on the string. Close up of the kite in the air. Man points to something as though giving an instruction. The children are running around playing. Gentleman carries on watching the flag intently. Close up in the air again, another smaller flag visible. Man pulls the string from side to side as though steering it. The children run, holding onto a rope. The crowd watches as the man leans back into them trying to control the kite. Kite flying through the air. The kids skip around playfully. Man watches his kite with deep concentration, as do the others around him. Kite gradually comes to the ground. A much smaller kite, in the shape of a bird is floating in the breeze. Children stand around watching, a young boy is flying his kite. Small boy blowing bubbles through a straw. Few young children sat on or near a canal boat, they blow bubbles up into the air. Close up of a boys happy face as he watches the bubbles float away. Aero plane flying through the sky.
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Thailand Film Archive Tour DSCN0001

Thailand Film Archive Tour DSCN0001

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THAILAND: HOSTAGES SITUATION: RESCUE (V)

THAILAND: HOSTAGES SITUATION: RESCUE (V)

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Voice and effects Voiced by: Phillippa Meager Hundreds of patients, visitors and staff were freed from a hospital in western Thailand after police and army troops raided the building shortly before dawn. Ten Myanmar insurgents who staged the takeover on Monday were killed in the rescue, which has won praise from ordinary Thais and the Myanmar government. The rebels belonged to a fringe insurgent group which took the hostages to pressure Thailand to help their beleaguered movement. VOICE-OVER: 00 02 Thai special forces swept into the Ratchaburi Provincial Hospital just before dawn broke. 00 08 Police and soldiers armed with M-16 assault rifles entered the walled, six-acre hospital compound on foot and in trucks and jeeps. 00 17 FX 00 19 Explosions and automatic weapons fire then continued sporadically for about an hour. 00 24 By daybreak, the area was deemed secure and ambulances were busy ferrying the exhausted survivors to other clinics for medical checks. 00 32 Incredibly, there were no casualties or major injuries among the hundreds rescued. 00 37 The hostage takers were not so lucky: all ten died in the shootout. 00 42 Their bodies were promptly put on display for the press, in what many saw as a warning against future bids at hostage taking. 00 51 The gunmen were identified as members of God's Army, a fringe rebel group from Myanmar's ethnic Karen minority. 00 58 The separatist army, which is battling Myanmar's military led government, was demanding refuge on Thai soil. 01 04 Rescued hostages said they were exhausted but never felt they were in danger. 01 09 SOUNDBITE: (Thai) "One of the hostage takers kept saying to us, don't be scared because we won't do anything to hurt you. He kept saying, I wonder why they have to shoot this way to solve their problems." SUPER CAPTION: Released Hostage 01 22 But Tuesday's rescue operation received popular approval in Thailand. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/6040b6cb9fa9c10c0b650ae1434e3a8e Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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A Tour of Thailand's Film Archive DSCN0059

A Tour of Thailand's Film Archive DSCN0059

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THAILAND: MONKEY'S DRINK PROBLEM

THAILAND: MONKEY'S DRINK PROBLEM

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Eng/Nat The high life is taking its toll on the star attractions at the ancient temple in Lop Buri, north of Bangkok. The local wild monkeys bring plenty of cash laden tourists to the temple, but there is a down side -- the primates have a drink problem. There was music, dance and food in plenty when the town of Lop Buri, about 80 miles (130 kilometres) north of Bangkok, threw a banquet for its wild temple monkeys. The festivities were to thank the monkeys for attracting all the tourists and their accompanying cash. The monkeys were grateful but the tourists have developed the primates' tastes beyond fruit. Cola is fine but a beer is better. SOUNDBITE: ``They like it, they really love it. They know how to open the cans and they know how to eat. They are very smart. They like it, they know it just like people.'' SUPER CAPTION: Wichai Ngarmroop, local hotel manager But the Wildlife Rescue Foundation of Thailand fears the monkeys are becoming beer and cola addicts. Even family seems to come second to ice cream. SOUNDBITE: ``The effect is that the monkeys that have been given the alcohol will get alcoholism, if they take it a long time just like human does. And it's so sweet they will get tooth decay and they will have no dentist to go to and they will get very vicious when they get toothache.'' SUPER CAPTION: Joie Vejjajiva, Wildlife Rescue Foundation of Thailand The wildlife group wants a ban on alcohol for monkeys. But locals in Lop Buri disagree. SOUNDBITE: ``No, it's good for them it gives them a long life. I think these monkeys they live for a long time.'' SUPER CAPTION: Wichai Ngarmroop, local hotel manager This feast was paid for by the locals and it was alcohol-free. But just in case prohibition lurks around the corner some slipped away early for a drink with the tourists. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/9dbc2fa4dc88d520e5073f8daf86c7f4 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Indian Wedding Video - Sonny & Hina in Thailand by arChive

Indian Wedding Video - Sonny & Hina in Thailand by arChive

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Life isn’t about waiting for the storm to pass. Its about learning to dance in the rain” // Once upon a time and not so long ago in Koh Samui - in Thai เกาะสมุย the beautiful island off the east coast of Thailand, Hina and Shamshir made their dream come true. We all know we can write the best chapters in life with love, and this was not plain love, it was destiny. A beautiful wedding, in this amazing tropical scenery, that was as challenging an experience as a tropical monsoon. A wedding that will be remembered by all, as being very special, leaving us with a quirky smile for a number of peculiarities that we shall not reveal… // We were overwhelmed by the endless dreamy tropical sandy beaches, the coral reefs lost in tides, in a tantalising composition of turquoise water, among jungles of coconut trees, the island looked like a well-established Hollywood celebrity: outrageously manicured, with lovely blonde tresses so gracefully groomed. No other enviroment could be more suitable for this wedding. See their highlight wedding video and get carried away!
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Thailand Film Archive Tour DSCN0005

Thailand Film Archive Tour DSCN0005

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Thailand-50th Anniversary Of King Bhumibol's Reign

Thailand-50th Anniversary Of King Bhumibol's Reign

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T/I: 10:48:42 GS 10:33:15 Millions of people across Thailand joined in the country's celebration of the century Sunday (9/6) for the Golden Jubilee of King Bhumibol Adulyadej. Surrounded by thousands of guards in traditional uniforms and greeted with fanfares, the monarch's family began the day offering flowers and incense to honor the eight previous kings of the Chakri dynasty. SHOWS: Bangkok, Thailand (9/6) 0.00 soldiers in white uniforms debark bus 0.05 soldiers in brightly colored uniforms standing 0.09 soldiers walking away 0.15 ladies reading paper 0.19 pan across field of soldiers on parade. 0.27 king arrives 0.35 king conducting incense ceremony 0.40 ws military at attention 0.47 soldier succumbing to heat 0.52 guns firing, people celebrating in streets 0.56 ws ceremony 1.00 two girls praying 1.03 king walking to throne 1.17 ENDS You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/9050728ce299841aab075bc29392beb0 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Spaniard sentenced to death for killing in Thailand

Spaniard sentenced to death for killing in Thailand

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(21 Apr 2017) A Thai court has sentenced to death a Spanish man after finding him guilty of murder in the gruesome death of a fellow Spaniard. Artur Segarra Princep was charged with premeditated murder following the death of 40-year old David Bernat. Bernat's dismembered body was retrieved from a river. Bloodstains and DNA was found in Segarra's Bangkok apartment. Segarra's lawyer said his client had denied the charge and will appeal. During the investigation, police said they found a freezer in Segarra's home that is believed to have been used to store the body, as well as a book with instructions on how to dismember bodies. Segarra was arrested in Cambodia and sent back to Thailand in February to stand trial. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/a8b9b006b83f665cdb21c5cc18a92b34 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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SYND 28 11 76 KING BHUMIPON OF THAILAND OPENS NEW PARLIAMENT

SYND 28 11 76 KING BHUMIPON OF THAILAND OPENS NEW PARLIAMENT

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king Bhumipon officially opened Thailand's new parliament on Thursday (November 25), The National Reform Administrative Assembly. This body, which is comprised of 340 members, was picked by the military junta which swept to power at the beginning of October. One hundred and forty of the members are military officers, the others is this conservative body come from business and political circles. Thailand's government is attempting to improve its international image, and has released on bail, political prisoners seized during the coup. King Bhumipon made a short speech during which he called on all Thais to work together for the good of the country You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/0a299a01003a7555743bd25fb7a5af91 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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