Published: Jul 21, 2021
Facebook users on Tuesday shared photos of an unidentified man wearing a purple shirt and black pants who reportedly passed out at 10am on a street near Wat Bowonniwet Temple in Bangkok’s Phra Nakhon district. Rescue staff were called and arrived at 2pm, only to find that he had already died.
Published: May 31, 2021
Police officers are on the lookout for a reportedly homeless man who allegedly sexually assaulted a Canadian woman near Lumpini Park in Bangkok’s Pathumwan district on May 27, Deputy Metropolitan Police chief Pol Maj-General Piya Tawichai said on Sunday.
Published: Jun 27, 2020
A Kissimmee, Fla., family, forced from their home by the coronavirus pandemic and living in their car, has received a potentially life-changing outpouring of support from around the world following a story in The Washington Post.
Published: May 09, 2020
Police officers from Ratchawallop Police Retainers, King's Guard 904 and Patrol and Special Operations Division (or 191 Patrol) handed out 500 bags of relief supplies to people impacted by Covid-19, at King Rama I Monument near Phra Buddha Yodfa Bridge on Friday (May 8).
Published: Apr 11, 2020
NEW ORLEANS - The rats were coming, hundreds of them headed toward a large homeless encampment just outside the French Quarter. They were swarming the streets and sidewalks, desperate for something to eat after the state closed all the bars and restricted restaurants to takeout orders in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Published: Apr 06, 2020
Social Development and Human Security Minister Juti Krairiksh visited Lumpini Park and Hua Lamphong train station in Bangkok on Sunday (April 5), urging homeless people residing there to move to temporary lodging provided by the ministry to reduce the risk of contracting Covid-19 and comply with the government’s curfew.
Published: Dec 25, 2019
WASHINGTON - Robert Fox knew where he should spend Christmas. With his daughter, who would welcome him with a hug and a kiss. He would tell her he loved her, and thank God for bringing them together.
Published: Oct 14, 2019
The homeless won’t be negatively affected by the Crown Property Bureau’s move on October 1 to reclaim the Ban Imm Jaai screening and helping centre for the disadvantaged in Soi Mansri of Bangkok’s Pom Prab (Sattru Phai) district, pledged the city’s director-general of the Social Development Department, Chalermpon Chotinuchit on Monday.