Saturday, December 5, 2020

Thailand

Two Thai soldiers charged with killing civilians

Two Thai soldiers have been charged with killing three Muslim civilians in a mountainous pursuit in the southern part of the country, police said. The announcement was made after the military expressed regret last week for the unarmed killing of...

SEA Games 2019 kicks off with spectacular opening ceremony

The 30th SEA Games 2019 are officially unveiled at a grand opening ceremony at the world's largest stadium, Philippines Arena, in Bulacan. For the first time in the history of the sport's 60-year history, the opening ceremony took place...

Thailand linked Bangkok bomb explosions with Southern detachment

A bomb explosions series that shook the Thai capital, a tourist spot, Bangkok, when the country hosted an Association of Southeast Asian Nations ASEAN meeting last week were linked to southern separatism, Defense and the Deputy Prime Minister Prawit...

Number of small explosions shook Bangkok

Several small explosions were reported in the Thai capital Bangkok, at least in three locations on Friday. There were two explosions during the morning commute at the BTS Chong Nonsi station, one in Phra Ram 9 road and one at...

China suspends individual travel permit to Taiwan

China is mounting pressure on Taiwan on Wednesday as it announces the suspension of individual travel permits on its own island government following tense relations between the two countries. Relations between Beijing and Taipei have deteriorated since President Tsai Ing...

South Korean actress to face five-year prison in Thailand for hunting protected shellfish

A South Korean actress, Lee Yul-em, faces a jail term of five years after being found to hunt and capture three giant threatened and protected shellfish in Thailand. The 23-year-old actress was found to have made the mistake openly during...

US tech giants: Google, Amazon and Microsoft are planning to move their production out of China

For fear of a trade war on China, a number of US tech giants such as Google, Amazon, Microsoft, Dell and HP are preparing to begin shifting production away from China, according to the Business Insider report. The report quoted...

British citizen dies in Thai cinema while watching horror film

A British elderly citizen died in a cinema in Thailand while watching the famous horror film "Anabel Returns Home." The 77-year-old man was vacationing in Pattaya, Thailand, when he decided to go to the cinema to watch the movie. But after...

Chinese home appliance giant “Orvibo” leaks the data of one million users

Orvibo Chinese smart home appliances company displayed the data of its users including their passwords, e-mails and other sensitive information have raised the concerns worldwide. According to Daily Mail, a group of researchers revealed the leak of Orvibo's customer database,...

China rescues 1,100 foreign women ‘sold’ as wives

Chinese police have saved more than 1,100 foreign women from Southeast Asia who were "sold" as wives, at the end of last year, authorities said on Friday. The Ministry of Public Security said in a statement that a total of...
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