The evacuation of around 1,500 Thais from Libya was set to get underway yesterday after the Foreign Ministry opened its operational centre to get them home.
The temporary "red-shirt" prison holding detainees on charges relating to the 2010 political unrest will close down when the last six inmates are sent to Ubon Ratchathani and Maha Sarakham today.
Cambodia is expected to discuss the territorial conflict over the Preah Vihear temple with Thailand shortly, Cambodian Defence Minister Tea Banh said Tuesday.
The National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) has approved two high-speed train projects at a total cost of 741.4 billion baht. The two routes approved are intended to serve as a transport link between Thailand and southern China.
Thai actress Janie Tienphosuwan and Samut Prakan politician and millionaire businessman Chonsawat "Ae" Asavahame have been divorced after less than a year of marriage.
Foreigners overstaying their visa in Thailand likely will face bans of up to 10 years starting Aug 25.
Malee Sampran Plc, the maker of Malee fruit juices, has apologised after a customer found fungus in a carton of tomato juice.
"Sia-khong" or "a waste" has become a buzzword in military political circles since the May 22 coup. It is a short version of, "Don’t let the May 22 coup be a waste".
In today's photo gallery, we feature Gen Prayuth holding hands with a Cambodian general, a divorce between an actress and a millionaire politician, confiscated firearms and gambling machines, the main stage of a heavy metal music festival in Germany and the Gaza violence.
PHNOM PENH — The slow course of justice for the leaders of Cambodia's murderous Khmer Rouge regime will inch forward again Wednesday, as a UN-backed tribunal holds an initial hearing against a pair of defendants in their 80s facing genocide and other charges.
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