Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Sunday branded the murder of a Japanese hostage by Islamic State militants as "outrageous and unforgivable" and demanded the immediate release of a second captive, amid a tide of global revulsion.
The preliminary unofficial autopsy results for British tourist Christina Annesley, whose body was found dead inside a bungalow room on Koh Tao, showed no signs of physical violence or sexual abuse, chief of the Institute of Forensic Medicine said on Sunday.
Former prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra, who faces a criminal charge over the rice pledging scheme, was expected to be arraigned in the Supreme Court's Criminal Division for Political Office Holders in about a month, NACC secretary-general said Sunday.
The bad news could not have come faster or more unpleasantly on Friday afternoon.
Former prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra has not been banned from travelling overseas, a spokesman for the National Council for Peace and Order said on Saturday.
Jantima Kaenthaow has always dreamed of travelling to outer space. But, at age 42, she never realised her childhood fantasies would take a step closer to becoming reality. Ms Jantima has not landed a job with Nasa — instead, she has volunteered for an ambitious, and controversial, one-way mission to Mars.
Legislators have bowed to pressure over the controversial cybersecurity bill, promising to add a clause which would require authorities to seek court approval before accessing web users' personal information.
The Thai economy is extremely weak at present and will slowly pick up over the next 3-6 months, driven by public spending and investment, according to a poll on local economists.
SURAT THANI — The body of British tourist Christina Annesley has been moved from Koh Tao, where she was found dead, to Bangkok for an autopsy that could begin on Sunday.
A consultant has suggested Thai Airways International Plc (THAI) sells its main office building on Vibhavadi Rangsit Road and its properties abroad as part of its business rehabilitation plan.
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