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Takuya Kogawa lost a close decision to Thai Yodmongkol Vorsaengthep on Tuesday in a bid for the interim WBA flyweight crown. The judges gave the 2-0 decision to Yodmongkol in the 12-rounder in Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand.
Anti-government protesters in Thailand have retreated to a central Bangkok park, freeing up traffic after blocking big intersections for more than a month, but Thailand's four-month political crisis looks no closer to a solution.
00 am Attack comes days after Taya Teepsuwan blew a whistle at Khunying Pojaman A summer house of the mother of an anti-government protest leader was targeted in an assault rifle attack early yesterday. The anti-government People's Democratic Reform
At least 15 people, including 13 children, were killed when a bus carrying students on a trip to the seaside collided with a lorry in eastern Thailand yesterday, police said. The smash is the latest in a series of deadly accidents involving buses in
Bunkers of protesters and troops as well as police checkpoints have been put up at several intersections, at key government offices and organisations, and outside private firms. Security has been stepped up now that the sounds of gunfire and
00 am Central Pattana (CPN), a listed developer arm of Central Group, will reduce the rental fees it charges its tenants at CentralWorld shopping plaza, which has been hit hard by the prolonged political movement. Wallaya Chirathivat, CPN's senior
The United Front for Democracy against Dictatorship (UDD) co-leader Natthawut Saikua suggested yesterday that the caretaker government set up an administration "in exile" in the North or Northeast, adding that the red-shirt movement or UDD was all
29 Bangkok: Supporters of Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra, the target of weeks of sometimes violent street protests, denounced opposition threats against businesses linked to her family on Saturday ahead of a gathering of their leaders.
Her first salvo directed at the anti-graft body in relation to the controversial rice-pledging scheme came in the form of a Facebook comment posted on Thursday...In both the speech and the Facebook comment, she appeared to show no regrets for the
These ways are separate from the Commerce Ministry's accelerating sales of rice from the state's stocks, expected to reach almost 20 million tonnes. First, a group of rice millers in Nakhon Ratchasima showed up with the intention to help farmers by