A 10-wheel truck loaded with cows crashed on a curve in the northern province of Tak on Saturday evening. The driver was seriously injured and a cow was killed in the crash.
The investigation into human trafficking is expected to be completed in June when a report will be forwarded to the Office of the Attorney General, Deputy Police Chief Aek Angsunanont said on Sunday.
MONTREAL - BlackBerry is laying off an unspecified number of workers around the world as the struggling smartphone manufacturer tries to make its device business profitable.
PAJU - A group of women peace activists, led by American feminist Gloria Steinem, made a rare crossing of one of the world's most militarised borders on Sunday to promote reconciliation between North and South Korea.
Thailand will begin their 2018 World Cup qualifying campaign against Vietnam at Rajamangala National Stadium tonight.
TAIPEI - China's top Taiwan affairs official Zhang Zhijun met his Taiwanese counterpart Saturday, with Beijing's rejection of Taipei as a founding member of a China-led regional infrastructure bank a key issue on the agenda.
The Royal Thai Armed Forces rejected an American request to use Phuket as a maritime patrol base to assist Rohingya migrants, a military source said yesterday.
Six senior officers at Bangkok's Huai Khwang police station have been abruptly transferred to inactive posts after a police raid on an online gambling operation.
KUALA LUMPUR — Malaysian officials are looking at the northern state of Penang as a possible site for temporary resettlement areas for Bangladeshi and Rohingya boat people, a news report said Saturday.
The head of the constitution writers has defended the new charter, saying it is a first to give citizens unprecedented rights under almost 200 sections.
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