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Giovanna Fernandes Jan 14
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Koy Jan 17
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Richard Barrow in Thailand 🇹🇭 🇬🇧 8h
Starting to see announcements by schools in that they will close due to the dangerous smog levels. People are starting to get angry that the military government are not taking this problem seriously
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Incident Alerts 23h
- Many academics call on the government to declare the capital a pollution-control zone, so related agencies can enforce stricter legal measures to limit emissions and protect people’s health.
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Richard Barrow in Thailand 🇹🇭 🇬🇧 18h
In , they still think spraying water into the air reduces pollution. But all it has done today is create a flood, a traffic jam & made some wet motorcyclists very angry (Photo by )
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GIS Bangkok Jan 20
AQI - You can follow updates of the current action being taken in school by finding the AQI photo album on
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Nishant 18h
Tasted this in bangkok yesterday, fermented yam salad with chili , shallots and garlic it’s absolutely yum
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Dean Benton 8h
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cookingchat Jan 20
Bangkok Wine Adventures in 2018 - 2019 • via
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Cheryl German Jan 17
Any ideas what this is ??
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Songbae 22m
The bread has a very close resemblance to brownies
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Barry Mc Jan 19
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Candice Jan 14
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butterfly🦋moon Jan 18
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Wally Williams Jan 21
Let’s hope for less pollution tomorrow. Thanks for the photo
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Chaeyoungg.park Jan 12
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Luz Rincónn Jan 18
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Megan 1h
Sweet little Lily grew into vicious Tiger Lily of after years of abuse by 'her uncle'. Read her story here
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Helmut Duerrast Jan 16
Wed 17 Jan 2018 ! - ONE YEAR AGO ! AIR QUALITY over via
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Justin Dunne 17h
Surviving in is all about adapting. If the taxi driver doesn’t want to go, I now offer to let him sleep in the back seat while I drive. A ‘shared economy’ of sorts. Still working out who pays who.
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