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Police: Neighbor killed Swede in Cha-am

Police: Neighbor killed Swede in Cha-am

Neighbour held in slaying of Swede in Cha-am. Pratheep Sangsiri, 42, appears at a news briefing at the Cha-am police station on Saturday along with evidence he shot Lars Donald Qvarfordt. Please credit and share this article with others using this link:http://www.bangkokpost.com/news/general/1042601/swede-insulted-my-family. View Bangkok Post policies at http://goo.gl/9HgTd and http://goo.gl/ou6Ip. © Post Publishing PCL. All rights reserved.

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Brutal murder of Swedish expat shot dead at home in Cha Am 

Brutal murder of Swedish expat shot dead at home in Cha Am 

Image: Manager CHA AM:-- A 64 year old Swedish man was found shot dead at his home in Cha Am, Phetchaburi on Monday morning, local police have confirmed. Officers were called to the Kennel Scandinavia, a dog kennels and cattery, where they found the body of Lars Frofjord  lying in the kitchen. The victim was found lying on his back …

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Dancham Board members tight-lipped on resignation

Dancham Board members tight-lipped on resignation

Carsten Carlstedt's resignation as Executive Director of Dancham remains a mystery even after Dancham's regular networking meeting on Thursday 21 July at Admiral's Pub / Checkin. The networking was well visited considering that July is the main summer holiday month for the Scandinavians. Many had come hoping to hear what went down prior to the unfortunate resignation of Executive Director Carsten …

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Carlsberg sees huge potential in Thai beer market

Carlsberg sees huge potential in Thai beer market

Carlsberg Group reintroduced its brand to the Thai market in 2012. Now the Danish brewing company hopes to rise in to a beer head position on what they recognize as one of the most promising markets in ASEAN. "Thailand is a very important market for the Carlsberg Group. The beer market is extremely large and Thai consumers enjoy all sorts of …

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Shout-out from Denmark NGO: Remember your values, Scandinavians!

Shout-out from Danish NGO: Remember your values, Scandinavians!

Chairman of Danish Vietnamese Association pleads with Scandinavians in Vietnam to support local NGOs in the promotion of equal opportunities, education and healthcare. This June, 2016, the Danish Vietnamese Association (DVA) was awarded with The Friendship Order of Vietnam by President Quang. With the order the Vietnamese government acknowledges DVA’s 40 years of work in Vietnam’s health and social sectors. …

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