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  • Dusit Poll says US doesn’t understand Thai politics

      According to the result of Suan Dusit Poll published on today (Jan. 29), a most of Thai people feel the United States doesn’t understand about the political in Thailand when the diplomat called for the lifting of the martial law. The poll, ask

  • Facebook reports strong profits

      On Wednesday Facebook reported that its quarterly profit jumped 33.8 percent to $696 million from last year as advertising revenue and membership grew at the leading social network. Advertising revenue grew by 53% to $3.59bn, with nearly

  • Voice message from Japanese hostage held by IS

    On Wednesday, January 28, BBC reports that- Jordan has offered to free the Iraqi prisoner in exchange for the Jordanian pilot. According to report, the new voice recording from a Japanese journalist Kenji Goto that being held by Islamic State milita

  • Council of Ministers endorsed about the extend of free rides train and bus for six months

    On Tuesday, January 27, the Council of Ministers endorsed about the extend of free rides train and bus for six months, and the cost of the extend about 2.1 billion baht. Yongyuth Maiyalarp, Government spokesman said On Tuesday (Jan. 27), the Council

  • Police offer 200,000 baht reward for information about serial rapist

    On Wednesday, January 28, Pol Lt-Gen Prawuth Thavornsiri, assistant national police chief and spokesman of the National Police Office said they offer a 200,000 baht reward for any information leading to the capture of the serial rapist who has raped

  • A Criminal Court sentenced leader of the opposition Red Shirt to two years in prison

    Today (January 28, 2015), A Criminal Court sentenced Jatuporn Promphan, who is leader of the opposition Red Shirt to two years in jail to defaming a former premier Abhisit Vejjajiva in October 2009.The ruling comes days after the retroactive impeachm

  • Stocks in Singapore up after unexpected policy easing

        On Wednesday (Jan. 28), Stocks in Singapore edged higher in range-bound trading as an unexpectedly monetary policy easing lifted sentiment, while Malaysia and Thailand were little-changed ahead of policy reviews by their central banks,

  • At least 10 killed in Libya Hotel Attack

    A spokesman for a security division of the Ministry of Interior in Tripoli said At least 10 people were killed on Tuesday in an attack on a Corinthia Hotel in Tripoli, Libya.On Tuesday the gunmen stormed a Corinthia Hotel, killing 10 people, includin

  • Indonesian withdrawn form search for the bodies of AirAsia Flight 8501

    The Indonesian military has withdrawn form search for the bodies of AirAsia Flight 8501 that fallen down into the Java Sea previous month "taking away" all the 162 aboard.70 passengers' bodies have been recovered and 92 bodies that are still missing.

  • PM says martial law was still necessary to ensure peace and order

      On Tuesday (Jan. 27) Thailand’s Prime Minister Prayut Chan-orcha announced the martial law will stay to ensure peace and order.Thai PBS report that- Thailand’s Prime Minister Prayut Chan-orcha said after US Assistant of State for Asian and Pac