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Thailand: Many children among dead in pre-school attack

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Published15 minutes agoSharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingAt least 31 people have been killed in a gun and knife attack by a former police officer at a pre-school daycare centre in Thailand, police say.Police say he killed himself and his family after a manhunt following the attack in Nong Bua Lamphu province.Children and adults are among the casualties – police say the attacker shot and stabbed his victims before going on the run. A motive is unclear. Reports say the officer had recently been dismissed.Police say he was last seen driving a white-four door Toyota pick-up truck with Bangkok registration plates and named him as Panya Kamrab.#กราดยิง #หนองบัวลำภู Gunman identified by police as 34-year-old Panya Kamrab. He reportedly fled the scene in a white Toyota pick-up truck pic.twitter.com/LWSATXgy4K— Pichayada P. (@PichayadaCNA) October 6, 2022
The BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.View original tweet on TwitterA senior police officer in Nong Bua Lamphu province said 23 children were among the casualties, AFP news agency reports. Mass shootings in Thailand are rare. In 2020 a soldier killed 21 people and injured dozens more in the city of Nakhon Ratchasima.

Kwasi Kwarteng to meet bank bosses as mortgage rates soar

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Published25 minutes agoSharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingImage source, Getty ImagesMajor banks are to meet the chancellor on Thursday, with the impact of the recent financial market turmoil on the mortgage market set to be discussed.The meeting is understood to be part of a regular series of talks but has attracted greater attention as mortgage rates soar and choice is limited.This week the rate on a typical two-year fixed rate mortgage breached 6% for the first time in 14 years.Bosses from Barclays, NatWest and Lloyds are expected to attend.Mortgage rates have been going up for months, but recorded a sharp increase in response to the fall-out from the mini-budget nearly two weeks ago.On Thursday, the average two-year fixed rate mortgage had an interest rate of 6.11%, according to financial information service Moneyfacts.A typical five-year fixed rate deal has now also moved above 6% for the first time since February 2010.First-time buyers and those looking to re-mortgage are affected. An average of at least 100,000 people a month are coming to the end of their current mortgage, and face a significant rise in their monthly repayments.Research from housing market website BuiltPlace suggests that rates of 6% mean that repayments on an average new mortgage will account for more than a quarter of household income. That is the highest burden on households since the recession of the early 1990s.’I was ready to buy a house, now I’m totally lost’Uncertainty over future interest rates after the mini-budget led lenders to pull more than a thousand deals from the market. They are slowly starting to return – there were 3,961 products a fortnight ago, now there are 2,430 – but have become more expensive on average.Earlier this week, the UK’s biggest mortgage lender, the Halifax, which is part of Lloyds Banking Group, raised its rates on a range of deals for new borrowers to well over 5%.Mortgage brokers say lenders are “playing safe” with rates amid current economic uncertainty, but costs could eventually start to dip.More on this storyAverage two-year mortgage rate highest for 14 years18 hours agoPound at two-week high after spending plan reports1 day agoMortgage rates rise sharply as squeeze tightens2 days ago’I was ready to buy a house, now I’m totally lost’28 SeptemberHow much could my mortgage cost?27 September

At least 32 killed in mass shooting in northeastern Thailand: reports

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At least 32 people, including children and teachers, were killed in a mass shooting at a child care center in northeastern Thailand on Thursday, local media reported.
The gunman, a former police officer, began shooting at around 12.50 p.m. in the childcare center in Nong Bua Lamphu Province, the reports said, adding he later shot and killed himself.

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Lewis Hamilton: Mercedes driver says it’s ‘imperative’ budget cap punishments given

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Lewis Hamilton says it is “imperative” that suitable punishments are meted out for any team found to have broken Formula 1’s budget cap.Hamilton said: “I like to think that if it’s being delayed, it’s because it’s being taken very seriously.”It would be bad for the sport if action wasn’t taken if there was a breach.”Hamilton’s Mercedes team and Ferrari both said at last weekend’s Singapore Grand Prix that it was an open secret that two teams broke the cost cap last season.And it is widely expected within the sport that Red Bull and Aston Martin will be found not to have been in compliance in 2021 when the results are published.Senior sources have told BBC Sport that if any team is found to have been in breach last year, the offence is likely to be minor.Red Bull team principal Christian Horner has insisted that he is “absolutely confident” in Red Bull’s submission to the FIA, adding: “We believe we are comfortably within the cap.”Hamilton, who was engaged in a close battle with Red Bull’s Max Verstappen in the championship last year, said he had “trust” in FIA president Mohammed Ben Sulayem to “do what is right for the sport”.The seven-time champion said: “It is imperative, for transparency, [that punishments are handed out].”We need to continue to have transparency for the fans and the integrity of the sport. I know there are a lot of conversations in the background. No one truly knows. There are different numbers and things being said here and there.”He said that if a team is found to be in breach “it would put in question our values and transparency [as a sport]”.He added: “As a driver you are always asking for updates. In Silverstone, we got our last update and that was [worth] almost 0.3secs. And I am pretty certain it cost less than a million. Maybe in time [working hours] it cost more. “I remember after that needing more updates but seeing trucks of updates continuing to arrive on the other car [Red Bull], and I was thinking it is going to be difficult to beat them in the championship if they keep bringing updates. “It is so integral to the development race. If we had had another half a million to spend, we would have been in a different position at some of the following races, if we had bought another floor, which we could easily have done.”But that’s not the name of the game and I’m grateful our team is very strict and abides by it. It needs to be taken seriously.”A new contract will comeHamilton’s Mercedes contract runs out at the end of the 2023 season and on Thursday ahead of the Japanese Grand Prix he gave the strongest indication yet that he will sign a new deal to stay in F1 beyond then.”I know what I want to do,” Hamilton said. “I plan on staying longer. It is not set in stone how long. I plan to be with Mercedes the rest of my life. It’s more figuring out what we’re going to do, what are the timelines, even beyond racing.”I want to be building with Mercedes. It’s not just a car manufacturer. It has such a powerful platform. It has places it can really have a positive impact – on the environment, there are loads of things we can do together.”I want to be part of that process beyond winning championships – but for now we want to win championships so that’s the immediate focus.”Verstappen, who beat Hamilton last year in a controversial finale in which the race director failed to follow the rules correctly in a late safety-car period, is poised to win his second title this season and could do so as early as Sunday.But Hamilton said the possibility of the Dutchman starting a period of domination, and trying to prevent that happening, was not his motivating factor.He said championing diversity in motorsport was one of the key reasons for wanting to race on.”It’s more just where I am in life,” he said. “I have great things happening outside the sport. I am building things outside. “I have my foundation that I have just started and it’s going to take a lot of work. I can’t retire now because I am only just embarking on helping shift and creating a more open and inclusive environment in the sport and I’ve got to stay to help that continue.

韓国軍の弾道ミサイルが自国基地内に墜落 一晩未公表…住民混乱も

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【ソウル=時吉達也】米韓両軍が北朝鮮に対抗して4日深夜から5日未明にかけて発射したミサイルのうち、韓国軍の弾道ミサイル1発が自国基地内に墜落した事実が同日朝まで公表されず、爆発音を聞いた付近住民らに混乱が広がった。 弾頭は民家から約700メートルの基地内に落下。軍関係者は「住民を驚かせ、大変遺憾だ」と謝罪した。韓国軍は4日午後11時ごろ、東部江陵(カンヌン)の基地から日本海に向け、弾道ミサイル「玄武(ヒョンム)2」を発射した。しかし、ミサイルは予定と逆方向に飛び、敷地内のゴルフ場に墜落。推進体部分の燃料が引火し火災が発生した。人的被害はなかった。

いしだ壱成が歌舞伎町で1日限定ホストに 「ピンク色のタキシード着ようと」

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 俳優・いしだ壱成(47)が6日までに自身のYouTubeチャンネルを更新。新宿・歌舞伎町のホストクラブでホストに挑戦することを明かした。 いしだは、新宿歌舞伎町にあるホストクラブ「CANDY」にて、今月16日限定でホストに挑戦。5日にアップされたYouTubeでは、ホスト研修に密着した様子が公開された。過去に接客業は経験したことがあるといい、いしだは「接客業というか、飲食とかで接客はしたことがある。昔、バイトとか…。役者なんて接客業みたいなものだよ」と笑顔。当日の衣装については「ピンク色のタキシードを着ようと思います」と話した。 自身のインスタグラムでは、「1日リアルホスト、新宿歌舞伎町の風林会館CANDY降臨!いよいよイベント当日が近づいてまいりました。現役ホストさん達が先生を務めて下さった研修も終了!気を引き締めて本番に挑みたいと思います」と意気込んでいた。

旧江戸川の遺体、松戸市の不明女児と確認 残される多くの謎

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タイの保育園で男が銃乱射、34人が死亡 うち22人が子どもか

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プロ注目「ドラフトの隠し玉」か 軟式野球で151キロを投げる投手

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「レベルの違うところに来てしまった」 香川県三豊市にある「四国明治乳業」。よほどアマチュア野球に詳しくても、この社会人チームを知っている人はなかなかいないのではないだろうか。それも当然で、同社には、硬式野球部ではなく、2002年に創部された軟式野球部がある。そんなチームに密かにプロが注目している投手がいるという。それがこの春に入部した赤尾侑哉だ。【西尾典文/野球ライター】【写真】同級生の大勢と同じ舞台に立てるか? 高校時代は坂出商(香川)でエースだったものの、目立った成績を残すことはできず、3年夏の香川大会は初戦で敗れた。卒業後は関西国際大学へ進学。3年秋にリーグ戦デビューを果たし、4年春にリリーフで4試合に登板したが、主戦投手に定着できなかった。ちなみに、今年ルーキーながら巨人の抑えとして大活躍した大勢(本名・翁田大勢)は大学の同期にあたる。


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《これまでの僕の歴史やスケート人生そのものを感じていただけるようなものを、という思いから、アイスショーを企画しました》【写真あり】これで1泊10万円は「ありえない!」八戸ビジホの室内。価格高騰の証拠画像も 9月30日に羽生結弦のワンマンアイスショー開催が発表された。「タイトルは『プロローグ』です。11月4、5日に横浜公演、12月2、3日には八戸公演が行われます。羽生選手の公式Twitterには、国内外のファンから喜びの声が寄せられ、チケットは相当な争奪戦になることが予想されます」(スポーツ紙記者)

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