City Hall has designated seven sites where people can hold demonstrations in Bangkok under the Public Assembly Act, though rally organisers have to seek prior permission and follow related laws.
WASHINGTON: The Democratic-controlled United States House of Representatives moved quickly on Friday to take up a package of modest measures intended to stem gun violence, a day after a Supreme Court ruling that broadly expanded gun rights.
LONDON: Asian liquefied natural gas (LNG) spot prices continued its upward trend this week as fears of further market tightening following a major outage at a Freeport plant and reduced Russian gas flows to Europe pushed buyers to cover short-term needs.
The League of Islamic Council of Southern Thailand has issued a statement opposing the Cannabis and Hemp Bill, the Progressive Liquor Bill and the Civil Partnership Bill, as they are not in line with the Islamic principles.
KYIV: A district south of the city of Lysychansk in Ukraine's eastern Luhansk region was "fully occupied" by Russian forces as of Friday morning, a local Ukrainian official said on television.
BUDAPEST: American artistic swimmer Anita Alvarez said she was "shocked" when she saw the "beautiful" AFP photographs showing her sinking unconscious to the bottom of the pool and being rescued by her coach at the World Swimming Championships.
Organisers of the Liverpool vs Manchester United exhibition football match say tickets being offered online by Youtuber Pimradaporn "Pimrypie" Benjawattanapat were not intended for domestic buyers and do not include the special perks she has claimed they do.
Deutsche Lufthansa AG cancelled 2,200 flights after a wave of coronavirus infections worsened staffing shortages, adding to Europe’s travel chaos as the crucial summer vacation period gets under way.
City Hall has announced seven sites where people can hold demonstrations in Bangkok under the Public Act.
SONGKHLA: Three Myanmar illegal migrants charged with the murder of a 40-year-old man whose body was found in a shallow grave have told police he extorted money from their group and tried to force one of the women to leave with him.
The government has declared the whole nation a green zone, allowing the full-scale resumption of business and other activities, and pre-arrival registration will end next month.