The Thai women's volleyball team lost to Germany on Wednesday in the second successive defeat in the second round of the FIVB Championship in Lodz, Poland.
A roast chicken vendor who impersonated a lawyer could face jail after the Lawyers Council registers a police complaint against him for working without a licence.
KYIV, Ukraine: Kyiv on Wednesday claimed further victories over Russian troops in eastern Ukraine as the Kremlin vowed to recapture territory lost in a lightening Ukrainian counteroffensive.
CHON BURI: Sixteen Chinese nationals suspected of running an illegal online money-lending business were arrested during a police raid in the beach town of Pattaya beach town on Wednesday.
Vietnam has asked Netflix to stop showing South Korean drama series "Little Women" in the Southeast Asian country, alleging the series distorted events of the Vietnam War, state media said Wednesday.
The cabinet on Wednesday approved in principle a draft announcement proposed by the Royal Thai Police on the screening of foreigners who apply for "protected person status", deputy government spokeswoman Traisuree Taisoranakul said.
The iPhone 14 launched by Apple Inc in September was cheaper in Japan than 36 other major countries and regions in the world, a survey showed Wednesday.
Myanmar's junta leader has not been invited to a regional summit next month, host Cambodia said Wednesday, in a fresh diplomatic snub for the isolated military regime.
The Thai economy is still expected to grow 3.0 to 3.5% in 2022, while a weak baht is helping exports, says the finance minister.
HONG KONG: Google Translate, one of the few remaining consumer services that the US tech giant made available in mainland China, is no longer accessible in the country, marking the company's latest retreat from the world's largest internet market.
JAKARTA: The Indonesian stadium stampede that left 131 people dead has sparked anger against the nation's police, whom critics have long accused of using excessive violence.