A key suspect charged in connection with the murder of Japanese teacher Yoshinori Shimato has confessed to killing the victim before chopping up the body and throwing the pieces into a canal, a senior police officer has said.
Relatives on Friday met with the two Myanmar suspects in the Koh Tao tourist murders and gave vivid accounts of violent death threats which forced them to confess to crimes they say they didn't commit.
Guava or "Farang" in Thai was imported into Thailand 300 years ago. Guava absorbs smells, stops nosebleeds, is handy for making slingshots & grows from bird droppings: Farang Khee Nok.
Microsoft revival using cloud computing strategy, new Australian procedure may help donor organ shortage & work for farmers without water for second crop rice.
24-year-old British woman dies under anaesthesia during cosmetic surgery at Bangkok clinic. Owner of clinic arrested & charged with recklessness.
Marie Vallanet-Delhom began her career as a literature teacher but later entered the jewellery industry. Thirty-five years later, she once again finds herself in an educator's position as the first president of the Paris-based L'Ecole Van Cleef & Arpels.
Tourists like to take interesting photos. They also like to be safe.
The parents of two Myanmar men suspected of killing two British tourists on Koh Tao arrived in Bangkok on Wednesday to visit their sons. Meanwhile, prosecutors say evidence, not confessions is key to whether or not they will indict the suspects.
"Uncle" Sa-ing Harnpakhon has reached Siriraj Hospital, ending his more than 500km walk/run from his home in Phrae's Den Chai district to wish HM the King a speedy recovery from his recent operation.
European travellers still "like" Thailand, high-speed railway routes changed & new TV ratings in the works.