Thai election looms as a major test for military influence - The Age

Thai election looms as a major test for military influence  The Age

Junta leader Prayut Chan-o-cha should be in the box seat to remain in power, but the opposition parties in Thailand are stirring.

U.S. investigators probing years of WikiLeaks activities: sources - Reuters

U.S. investigators probing years of WikiLeaks activities: sources  Reuters

U.S. investigators pursuing a long-running criminal investigation into WikiLeaks and its founder Julian Assange have dug into the website's activities going back ...

Makha Bucha Day – Why does Thailand have a public holiday? - The Thaiger

Makha Bucha Day – Why does Thailand have a public holiday?  The Thaiger

Buddhist days make up a number of the public holidays on the Thai calendar, among them is Makha Bucha Day. The Buddhist calendar traditionally uses dates ...

Baby born on JetBlue plane, aircraft named 'Born to Be Blue' - WSB Radio

Baby born on JetBlue plane, aircraft named 'Born to Be Blue'  WSB Radio

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. - A baby made its entry to the world on a flight to Florida. USA Today reported that, according to JetBlue Airways spokeswoman Jen ...

Thailand suspends TV channel linked to ex-PM Thaksin ahead of poll - Yahoo News UK

Thailand suspends TV channel linked to ex-PM Thaksin ahead of poll  Yahoo News UK

Thailand's telecoms regulator on Tuesday suspended the operating licence of a television channel linked to ousted former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra ...

Thai junta pegs economic fortunes to China - The Asean Post

Thai junta pegs economic fortunes to China  The Asean Post

Tourism remains the kingdom's banker – accounting for a fifth of the economy – and Chinese visitors are integral.

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