Former ASEAN Secretary-General has Heart Attack at 68

Former Foreign Minister, Surin Pitsuwan, played a vital role in the advancement of ASEAN interests on the world stage. He was “monumental, a statesman, educator, leader and visionary”, reports the Bangkok Post. Local and International […]

Thailand Prime Minister Trip to the South Perceived as Unfriendly

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha’s first cabinet trip to the South was a critical trip in terms of the general election set next year in November. Bangkok Post writes that, locals in the south, who have […]

Harvey Weinstein Sued for Sex Trafficking

Harvey Weinstein has been accused of violating sex trafficking laws at the Cannes Film Festival in 2004, The Guardian reports. A lawsuit has been brought against him by British actress Kadian Noble, who claims that Weinstein […]

England and Wales Report Highest Numbers of Violent Sex Crimes in EU

According to The Guardian, England and Wales has the highest numbers of rape and violent sex crimes reported in Europe. New statistics released by the Eurostat show that 1.2 million women and 700,000 men in […]

Phuket Police Investigated for Taking Bribes from Foreign Criminals

According to Bangkok Post, Phuket police have been accused of aiding more than 1,700 foreigners to avoid deporation by failing to report their arrests. The Royal Thai Police (RTP) has set up a panel to […]

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