[JURIST] The Supreme Administrative Court of Thailand on Thursday approved [press release] a new regulation requiring packs of cigarettes sold in the Southeast Asian country to be 85 percent covered with graphic health warnings. The new graphic health warnings have 10 variations, including messages such as "smoking causes lung cancer" and "smoke kills children." Thailand's Ministry of Health's [official website] goals with the implementation of these labels is to reduce new smokers, reduce old smokers in rural areas and reduce...

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