Polking expects better show from Thailand against UAE
Thailand coach Mano Polking is hoping the War Elephants will avoid the mistakes they committed against Syria when they take on the United Arab Emirates in their second Fifa Day friendly tonight.
PPRP vows to bring down LPG prices
The Palang Pracharath Party (PPRP) has pledged to lower the price of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) to 250 baht per tank if it can form a government after the next election.
Prayut 'won't run' as a list candidate
Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha will not run as a list-MP candidate for the United Thai Nation (UTN) Party, of which he is a member, according to a party source.
Ukraine gets new heavy tanks, Russia doubles down on nuke plans
SLOVIANSK (UKRAINE) - Germany and Britain have delivered Western heavy tanks to Ukraine, officials said Monday, providing a key infusion of armored firepower that will aid Kyiv's battle against invading Russian troops.
Chuvit to sue Sittra over 'bribe' claim
Whistleblower Chuvit Kamolvisit will file a lawsuit against lawyer Sittra Biabangkerd for defamation, demanding 100 million baht in damages.
Markets spooked by Deutsche Bank
Analysts have raised concerns about the growing risk of a Deutsche Bank collapse, reigniting fears about a widening banking crisis.
Smog lingers across North
Hazardous levels of the ultra-fine PM2.5 dust were once again reported across the North and upper Northeast on Monday.
Germany delivers Leopard tanks to Ukraine
ROTTERDAM (NETHERLANDS) - Germany has delivered promised Leopard battle tanks to Ukraine, Chancellor Olaf Scholz said on Monday, providing Kyiv with much-needed heavy weaponry against Russia.
Female shooter kills 3 children, 3 adults at Nashville school
WASHINGTON - A 28-year-old woman killed three children and three staff at a private elementary school in Nashville, Tennessee, on Monday before being shot dead by police, in the latest outburst of gun violence to shock the United States.
Day off for Mona Lisa as striking workers shut Louvre
PARIS - The Louvre in Paris, the most visited museum in the world and home to the Mona Lisa, was shut to visitors all day Monday after workers striking over pension reforms blocked the entrance, AFP correspondents said.
Russian plan for nukes in Belarus raises questions
PARIS: The Kremlin's announcement that it will station nuclear weapons on the territory of its ally Belarus echoes US practice in Europe, but doubts remain over how far Russia will take the plan.
Russians angry at downing of Ukrainian drone over their homes
KIREYEVSK, Russia: Residents of the small Russian town of Kireyevsk expressed shock and anger on Monday that an alleged Ukrainian drone had been downed over their houses, bringing down roofs and ceilings and putting their lives in danger.
3 Mongolian men arrested for stealing from bags at Suvarnabhumi airport
Police arrested three Mongolian men for allegedly stealing money from travellers' bags at Suvarnabhumi airport on a daily basis.
Pheu Thai targets social costs of 2006 military coup
A top Pheu Thai Party official said his party's so-called democracy, judicial procedure, parities and equalities committee will work to rid Thai society of inequalities brought on by the 2006 military coup.
Regulator orders Zipmex to clarify deal payments
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on Monday ordered cryptocurrency exchange Zipmex to clarify news that emerged on Friday regarding its Singapore parent not receiving the latest payment under its buyout agreement with venture capital firm V Ventures Technologies.
UK's Prince Harry makes surprise showing at UK privacy case
LONDON: Britain's Prince Harry on Monday made an unexpected appearance at London's high court when he arrived for a hearing in his claim against a newspaper publisher over allegations of unlawful information gathering.
PTT Oil and Retail to spend $900m on expansion this year
Oil and gas retailer PTT Oil and Retail Business Plc on Monday said it plans to invest $900 million this year to expand its local and overseas business.
Jurin not a popular PM choice in Bangkok, poll finds
Democrat Party leader Jurin Laksanawisit on Monday played down results of an opinion poll showing he was not among the top 10 favourite candidates to be the next prime minister among Bangkok voters.
Former Taiwan president heads to China pledging peace
TAOYUAN, Taiwan: Former Taiwan President Ma Ying-jeou left for China on Monday on a landmark trip, saying he hoped to bring about peace and improve relations through the interactions of young people.
Ukraine crews conduct 'scary' missions in aged Soviet helicopters
A HELICOPTER BASE (Ukraine): Anatoliy points to the few reinforced panels inside one of Ukraine's Mi-8 helicopters where he spends five-week shifts firing rockets at Russian positions.