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Tame Impala Side Project ‘Pond’ Skipping Into Bangkok

BANGKOK — Sorry, it’s not Tame Impala. But Bangkok music fans will get to hear an offshoot of the Australian psychedelic rock act later this year.

‘Photo Festival’ Blows Up Gallery Expectations With Lights, Action, Fish

BANGKOK — Forget shuffling between white walls looking at framed pictures. This photo exhibition is different.

Malaysia Beefs Up Sea Patrols Amid Migrant Boat Arrivals

KUALA LUMPUR (DPA) — Malaysia has strengthened its sea patrols and begun blocking boats suspected of carrying illegal migrants, a senior official said Thursday, amid an influx of arrivals from Myanmar and Bangladesh.

First MERS Patient in Thailand, Officials Confirm

BANGKOK — An elderly man from Oman is the first person in Thailand to be infected with Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS), health officials said today.

From Street Life to the Sweet Life: Thailand's Rescued Strays

BANGKOK — Among the non-stop crowds at Bangkok's main international airport are a small group of more unusual travelers going on the trip of a lifetime.

Battle of the Biennials: Which Will Define Thailand?

BANGKOK — Thailand will welcome not one but three major biannual art events next year – each billed as the kingdom’s “first” – with vastly different philosophies.

Filmmaker Apichatpong Recognized by Dutch Royalty

AMSTERDAM — The first Thai filmmaker to win Cannes’ highest award was honored by Dutch royalty Thursday for his unique artistic expression.

Human Trafficking Crackdown: Army Officer Faces 13 Charges

SONGKHLA — The army general accused of running a human trafficking operation in southern Thailand has been charged with 13 different offenses after eight hours of police interrogation last night.

Eight Separatist Banners Taunt 'Thai Colonizers' in Deep South

YALA — Eight roadside banners which appeared to be written by local separatists were found in the southern border region of Thailand today, following a three-day bombing spate that wounded more than 20 people.

Search For Missing Tourists In Krabi Speedboat Crash Continues

KRABI — Thai authorities are still searching for two South Korean tourists who went missing after their speed boat crashed into a fishing vessel in southern Thailand yesterday.

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