PRAGUE: Newly-elected Czech president Petr Pavel, a former NATO general, will promote close ties with the European Union and offer firm support for Ukraine in the face of the Russian invasion, analysts said.
When Ali Saga visited a clinic in Jakarta four decades ago, he watched as patients and health workers scrambled to get away from him.
At least 51 people were killed in two separate transport accidents in western Pakistan on Sunday, when a bus plunged off a bridge and a boat carrying a class of children capsized.
PARIS: France's prime minister on Sunday ruled out backtracking on a plan to raise the retirement age as unions prepared for another day of mass protests against the contested reform.
ROI ET: A Swedish man died instantly when his motorcycle plunged into a roadside ditch days after his first meeting with the Thai girlfriend he met online.
A demonstrator yesterday passed out and was later pronounced dead after joining a march to the Criminal Court in Bangkok to demand the temporary release of political detainees and suspects imprisoned for lese majeste charges.
An air force officer snatched a one-baht weight gold necklace from a gold shop at a department store in Muang Thong Thani in Nonthaburi on Saturday - and was immediately detained by a police officer who happened to be in the area.
The Don Mueang–Suvarnabhumi–U-Tapao high-speed railway, officially known as the High-Speed Rail Linking Three Airports Project, is in progress and expected to be completed by 2029, government deputy spokesperson Tipanan Sirichana said on Sunday.
US trade flows are realigning on the back of pandemic shocks and tensions with China, but efforts to reduce interdependence between the superpowers have not brought a swift decoupling.
Russia said on Sunday it will not hold annual talks with Japan on renewing a pact that allows Japanese fishermen to operate near disputed islands, saying Japan has taken anti-Russian measures.
Malaysia’s Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi strengthened his hold over one of the nation’s ruling parties after purging or sidelining senior leaders on Friday, but analysts say the move will do little to bolster his bloc’s popularity.
Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos Jr approved a proposal to refund taxes to foreign tourists to boost visitor arrivals in the country.
It is possible that Gen Prayut Chan-o-cha of the United Thai Nation (UTN) Party and Gen Prawit Wongsuwon of the Palang Pracharath Party (PPRP) may reunite to form a coalition government after the next general election, according to the result of an opinion survey by the National Institute of Development Administration, or Nida Poll.
Drone footage released on Friday (January 27) showed extensive damage across the eastern Ukrainian town of Vuhledar with many buildings damaged by Russian shelling. Reuters was able to confirm the location from the buildings and roads seen in the video which matched satellite and file imagery of the area. - REUTERS
NEW YORK: The idea of New York in wintertime conjures up images of Manhattan's Times Square and Central Park shrouded in snow. Not this year.