XSpring Capital has teamed up with Krungthai Card (KTC) to launch a product that converts digital assets into cash.
KYIV: Ukraine on Wednesday accused Russia of carrying out rocket strikes that killed 14 civilians in areas near a nuclear power plant, as the G7 warned that Russian control of the facility "endangers the region".
Bangkok tops online searches for flights out of Hong Kong after it announced shorter hotel requirements and Phuket is among the trending destinations for travellers.
BEIJING: China on Wednesday vowed zero tolerance for "separatist activities" in Taiwan and reaffirmed that it would take the self-ruled island by force if necessary.
WASHINGTON: US inflation eased slightly in July, according to official data Wednesday, potentially taking pressure off the Federal Reserve to hike interest rates sharply while bringing a much-needed boost to President Joe Biden just months before crucial midterm elections.
Malaysia wants a clear endgame in Myanmar' faltering peace process and is advocating direct engagement by Asean states with the junta's opponents, and bringing other countries into the fold, its foreign minister said on Wednesday.
KUNMING: The total volume of imported and exported goods transported via the China-Laos Railway has reached 1.02 million tonnes since the railway's opening eight months ago, with total worth of about 9.14 billion yuan (48 billion baht).
PM Prayut confirms the ousted president of Sri Lanka will stay in Thailand on humanitarian grounds as he looks for asylum in a third country.
BORDEAUX: A fire that destroyed thousands of hectares of tinder-dry forest in southwest France has flared again amid a fierce drought and the summer's latest wave of extreme heat, officials said Wednesday.
Five tomboys filed a fraud complaint against a tomboy-cum-broker who allegedly failed to arrange breast removal surgery for them after collecting their money.
With monkeypox surging across the world, experts are gathering more evidence on how people catch it and its typical symptoms.
The driver of a crashed car found dead inside the crumpled wreckage 12 hours later - after it had been towed to the highway police pound.
MANILA: Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos Jr has rejected a proposal to import an additional 300,000 tonnes of sugar, his press secretary said on Wednesday, despite an earlier announcement of approval by the industry regulator.