Thailand and China kicked off a joint air force exercise on Sunday, the kingdom's military said, the first such drills in years following a pause forced by Covid-19.
Thailand's Nitithorn Thippong seized the initiative as his rivals faltered on Sunday, closing with a flawless three-under-par 69 to win the International Series Singapore.
Tourists in the Chinese seaside resort of Sanya on Hainan Island are protesting after being stranded for over a week due to Covid-19 lockdowns.
NAKHON RATCHASIMA: Sibling rescuers took turns tying a dead body to themselves and transporting it as their pillion rider on Sunday from a spot 5km deep into a forest, where the man fell to his death from a fruit tree.
Pheu Thai will not make a quorum Monday for a joint sitting of parliament to vote on an election bill that would give list-MP seats to tiny political parties.
United Nations rights chief Michelle Bachelet arrived in Bangladesh on Sunday for a four-day visit that will include a trip to squalid camps housing nearly a million Rohingya refugees from Myanmar.
HANOI: Vietnam is considering building a high-speed railway that runs along the country's length with a possible price tag of up to $58.7 billion, the government said on Sunday.
Classical performers in elaborate costumes depict a scene from the birth of Macchanu, a half-human, half-fish son of Hanuman, in the Ramayana epic. The performance was held to honour Her Majesty Queen Sirikit The Queen Mother’s 90th birthday at the Royal Paragon Hall of the Siam Paragon shopping complex on Saturday. (Photo: Nutthawat Wicheanbut)
KYIV, Ukraine: Kyiv and Moscow have exchanged blame for fresh shelling around Europe's largest nuclear facility, which is in Russia's control and has come under fire repeatedly in the past week.
KRABI: The Bhumjaithai Party on Saturday launched its pre-election campaign with an economic model it has labelled "Thai Power" in the hope of boosting its vote in a national poll expected to take place next year.
A majority of people do not believe that Palang Pracharath and Pheu Thai parties have reached a political deal to support Gen Prawit Wongsuwon as the next prime minister.
The government may extend the Full Moon Party by two hours until 4am as the renowned monthly beach party is back in full swing.