“Post-poll government will lack legitimacy” - The Thaiger

“Post-poll government will lack legitimacy”  The Thaiger

“…the junta government was now trying to buy votes using populist schemes, such as handing out cash as New Year gifts to low-income earners.” A former ...

Five Missing US Marines Declared Dead after Air Crash Off Japanese Coast - VOA News

Five Missing US Marines Declared Dead after Air Crash Off Japanese Coast  VOA News

Nearly a week after two U.S. Marine Corps aircraft collided in mid-air off the Japanese coast and crashed in the Pacific Ocean, the search for five missing crew ...

Latest News: Suicide Bomber Kills 4 Security Forces Near Kabul - The Quint

Latest News: Suicide Bomber Kills 4 Security Forces Near Kabul  The Quint

Latest news today : An Afghan official says a suicide car bomber struck a security convoy on the outskirts of Kabul, killing four security forces. The deputy ...

Thai military junta approves lifting ban on political activities - Business Standard

Thai military junta approves lifting ban on political activities  Business Standard

Thailand's ruling military junta on Tuesday approved lifting of the ban on political activities it imposed after taking power in a coup in 2014, paving the way for the ...

Thailand to hold much-delayed election on Feb 24 - The Sun Daily

Thailand to hold much-delayed election on Feb 24  The Sun Daily

BANGKOK: Thailand will hold a much-delayed general election on February 24, 2019, the Election Commission said today, after the junta lifted a ban on ...

Latest News: Suicide Bomber Kills 4 Security Forces Near Kabul - The Quint

Latest News: Suicide Bomber Kills 4 Security Forces Near Kabul  The Quint

Latest news today : An Afghan official says a suicide car bomber struck a security convoy on the outskirts of Kabul, killing four security forces. The deputy ...

Thai junta lifts political activity ban, paves way for Feb. election - The Mainichi

Thai junta lifts political activity ban, paves way for Feb. election  The Mainichi

BANGKOK (Kyodo) -- Thailand's military government on Tuesday fully lifted a ban on political activities it imposed after seizing power in a 2014 coup.

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