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Police lead suspects in the attack on a Bangkok temple school Tuesday out of the Bang Khun Thian police station.

Officials to Sue Bangkok Temple School Raiders for 700,000 Baht

BANGKOK — The Education Ministry said Wednesday it would sue the men who raided a school near a Bangkok temple for more than 700,000 baht compensation in rescheduling university admission tests.
Future Forward Party leader Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit, center, arrives at the Office of the Attorney General Wednesday in Bangkok.

Prosecutors Mull Indictment Over Future Forward Cybercrime Case

BANGKOK — Prosecutors on Wednesday accepted a cybercrime case against Future Forward Party leader.
Wallop Nutfaeng, the lead suspect in the attack on a Bangkok temple school, cries Tuesday as police raid his home.

24 Men Charged Over Assault on Bangkok Temple School

BANGKOK — Multiple charges have now been brought against two dozen men accused of raiding a Bangkok school during university admission tests, police said Tuesday.
Sathian Kumchamorin points Sunday to police where he confessed to stabbing Picharat Klibram.

Man Charged in Fatal Stabbing of Lover’s Genitals

BURIRAM — A man accused of stabbing his lover to death was charged Monday with premeditated murder. Sathian Kumchamorin was charged with killing Picharat Klibram,...
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Temple Goers Asked to Lower Noise Level Vandalize School

BANGKOK — After being asked to reduce the noise level of their Sunday temple ceremony, nearly 30 people raided a school while admission exams...
A Slovenian man accused of destroying Phalang Pracharat Party’s campaign posters in Kalasin apologized to candidate Chalong Karalert, at left, in front of the damaged posters Monday at a police press briefing.

Lovesick Slovenian Destroys Pro-Junta Posters to Spite Girlfriend

KALASIN — A Slovenian man destroyed posters of the Phalang Pracharat Party to get back at his girlfriend for standing him up on Valentine’s Day to campaign for the party, police said.

522 Foreigners Got X-Ray Outlawed So Far This Month (Video)

BANGKOK — Police arrested more than 500 people in their sweep of foreigners violating immigration law this month. At 1am this morning, Immigration deputy police...
Capt. Ekkachai Pengjan, left, stands Sunday next to an investigator by a car he was accused of breaking into at the police headquarters in Bangkok.

Cop Busted Breaking Into Car, Stealing – At Police HQ

BANGKOK — A security police officer was caught red-handed breaking into another officer’s car and stealing properties of the Royal Thai Police headquarters in Bangkok, police said Sunday.
A customs official displays one of 136 seized illegal pangolins at a 2017 news conference at the Customs Department headquarters in Bangkok. Photo: Sakchai Lalit / Associated Press

Hong Kong Makes Record Seizure of Pangolin Scales, Ivory

HONG KONG — Hong Kong customs officers have intercepted a record 8.3 tons of pangolin scales and hundreds of elephant tusks worth more than...
Buddhists and Muslims march Tuesday to protest attacks on civilians in Narathiwat province.

Monk Killings Add Poison to Already Toxic Deep South

BANGKOK — When two monks were killed on holy ground in Thailand’s Deep South one week ago, virtually every human rights group from Human...





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