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30 Jan 2015 : India is interested in investing in infrastructure development projects in Thailand, Transport Minister Prajin Juntong says.
SurrogacySurrogate dad gets custody of 3
30 Jan 2015 : A Japanese businessman who reportedly fathered 12 babies with Thai surrogates has been granted paternal rights over three of the babies by the Central Juvenile and Family Court.
02 Dec 2014 : Ukraine handed foreigners -- including a US citizen -- top posts in a new reformist government on Tuesday aimed at rooting out endemic corruption amid a new push for a general ceasefire in the separatist east.
02 Dec 2014 : SAO PAULO - Brazilian soccer legend Pele is out of intensive care and able to walk around as he recovers from a kidney problem, the Sao Paulo hospital treating him said Tuesday.
02 Dec 2014 : SAMUT PRAKAN – Police said Tuesday they expect to submit their case against two suspects accused of murdering an elderly Japanese man to prosecutors later this week.
02 Dec 2014 : The government will implement an urgent water-management project worth about 100 billion baht as part of a nationwide water-management scheme, Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha said on Tuesday.
02 Dec 2014 : Vietnam’s transport ministry said it will consider legalising Uber Technologies Inc, the online car-booking company that competes with traditional cab services, a day after ruling the taxi service illegal.
02 Dec 2014 : LONDON - Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger said on Tuesday that former great Thierry Henry will "certainly" return to the club in some capacity in the future.
02 Dec 2014 : LONDON - Former Tour de France champion Chris Froome scotched doubts about his commitment to the 2015 race on Tuesday by declaring that it will be the "main focus" of his season.
02 Dec 2014 : Hong Kong's pro-democracy occupation is entering its death throes with radical splinter groups pushing for more direct action but others urging retreat, analysts said Tuesday.
02 Dec 2014 : The Syrian regime and several key opponents have agreed to move towards new peace talks mediated by Russia, sources on both sides told AFP.
02 Dec 2014 : TOKYO — It is crucial to draw more foreign tourists in local regions in Japan as Tokyo and other big cities will face a shortage of facilities needed for travellers before the number of overseas visitors hits the government's target, a travel association said Tuesday.