22 May 2013 : The Criminal Court on Ratchadapisek Road on Wednesday approved arrest warrants for two Thai women and a South Korean man accused of luring a 17-year-old girl into the sex trade in Seoul before she was rescued last weekend.
22 May 2013 : TOKYO - A record 923,000 foreigners travelled to Japan in April, up 18.1% from a year earlier, taking advantage of a weaker yen and an increase in chartered flights, a government agency said Wednesday.
22 May 2013 : TOKYO - Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra is banking on close ties and mutual trust to entice Japanese investors to support the Dawei deep-water port and other megaprojcts.
22 May 2013 : The Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (Egat) on Wednesday apologised for the massive power blackout in 14 southern provinces on Tuesday night and explained how it happened.
22 May 2013 : The Stock Exchange of Thailand main index went down 12.16 points, or 0.74%, to close at 1,631.27 points at the end of trading session this afternoon. The trade value was 73.25 billion baht, with 9.05 billion shares traded.
22 May 2013 : About 70 opposition MPs are lining up to take part in the 2014 Budget Bill debate in parliament on May 29-30, opposition chief whip Jurin Laksanavisit said on Wednesday.
22 May 2013 : UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said Myanmar's government has made progress in reducing the recruitment of children into the armed forces but still needs to stamp out the practice.
22 May 2013 : Leaders of the People's Movement for a Just Society (Pmove) have agreed to end their rally outside Government House tomorrow after the signing of a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with government representatives.
22 May 2013 : Myanmar's economy could grow by 6.75% this fiscal year, led by natural gas sales and investment as the country moves to modernise its financial system, according to the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
22 May 2013 : A controversial cull of up to 10,000 wild horses in Australia's harsh Outback reportedly began Wednesday in a bid to control the feral animals which officials say are destroying the land.