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Czech Arrested On Koh Tao After Overstaying Visa 6 Years

SURAT THANI — A european man was arrested and charged Monday with overstaying his visa for six years on Koh Tao. As part of a...

Appeal Begins for Sentenced Government Critic in Vietnam

HANOI, Vietnam — A court in Hanoi began hearing an appeal Thursday from a prominent Vietnamese blogger who was sentenced earlier this year to five years in prison for anti-state writings.

Your Favorite Khaosod English Stories of 2017 – And Our’s

Romance, sex, nightlife and anything to do with visas were the topics you cared most about this past year, according to the numbers.
This image released by Fox News Channel shows cameraman Pierre Zakrzewski while on assignment with colleagues, Fox News correspondent Steve Harrigan and Jerusalem-based senior producer Yonat Friling, background right, in Kyiv. Zakrzewski was killed in Ukraine on Monday, March 14, 2022, when the vehicle he was traveling in was struck by incoming fire. Photo: Pierre Zakrzewski / Fox News via AP

Two Fox Journalists Killed in Ukraine, Underscoring Dangers

NEW YORK (AP) — A veteran videographer and a 24-year-old Ukrainian journalist working for Fox News were both killed when their vehicle came under fire outside of Kyiv, the network said on Tuesday.

Englishman Falls 3 Stories to His Death in Pattaya

PATTAYA — An Englishman fell to his death in the early hours of Friday morning at Walking Street in Pattaya.

Malaysian Cartoonist Arrested for Criticizing Anwar Sodomy Verdict

KUALA LUMPUR (DPA) — A Malaysian political cartoonist was arrested after criticizing the conviction for sodomy of opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim on Twitter, police and a rights group said Wednesday.

Junta Takes Another Go at Clearing Vans From Victory Monument

BANGKOK — A renewed bid to untangle the Victory Monument by removing the interprovincial vans will go to trial in September, an officer in charge of the junta effort said Monday.

Smaller, Subdued Crowd Awaits Yingluck Verdict

BANGKOK — It was a less boisterous crowd of supporters gathered outside the Supreme Court on Wednesday to hear the rescheduled reading of the verdict...

Trump Pardons Flynn Despite Guilty Plea in Russia Probe

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump pardoned his former national security adviser Michael Flynn on Wednesday, ending a yearslong prosecution in the Russia investigation that saw Flynn twice plead guilty to lying to the FBI and then reverse himself before the Justice Department stepped in to dismiss his case.
A woman walks out of an outlet of Dolce&Gabbana in Shanghai, China Wednesday Nov. 21, 2018. Photo: Chinatopix Via AP

Dolce&Gabbana Show Canceled in China Over Racial Slurs

BEIJING — Thai celebs Mario Maurer and Davika "Mai" Hoorne on Thursday expressed disappointment about not attending a Dolce&Gabbana show in China the fashion giant canceled over insulting remarks conveyed on its Instagram.



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