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Businessman fights back against 29 officials

A businessman has asked Crime Suppression Division police to take action against 29 soldiers, police and local officials for a wide range of charges, including false charges of providing illegal money lending services.

23rd, July 2019, 06:44pm

Johnson wins vote, will be UK's next PM

LONDON: Brexit hardliner Boris Johnson won the contest to lead Britain's governing Conservative Party on Tuesday and will become the country's next prime minister, tasked with fulfilling his promise to lead the UK out of the European Union "come what may".

23rd, July 2019, 06:25pm

Deadline set for B41m payment in Praewa case

Four defendants in the Praewa tollway crash in 2010 are to pay 41 million baht in damages and interest to 25 plaintiffs by Aug 28, Justice Minister Somsak Thepsuthin said on Tuesday.

23rd, July 2019, 05:20pm

Korea fires warning shots at Russian warplane

SEOUL: South Korean air force jets fired 360 rounds of warning shots after a Russian military plane briefly violated South Korea's airspace twice on Tuesday, Seoul officials said, in the first such incident between the countries.

23rd, July 2019, 04:00pm

Health dept warns against penis jabs

The Department of Health Service Support has warned against the perils of unauthorised injections intended to enlarge penis sizes, saying the injections can cause severe infections and cancer.

23rd, July 2019, 03:54pm

Health dept warns about penis enlargement shots

The Department of Health Service Support has warned men of the perils of unapproved injections intended to enlarge their penis, saying it could lead to severe infection and even cancer.

23rd, July 2019, 03:54pm

Pheu Thai launches 'Pheu Thai Plus' group

The opposition Pheu Thai Party has launched a new political group, "Pheu Thai Plus", which it says brings members of three generations together to work together for the public good.

23rd, July 2019, 03:40pm

Suthep to face corruption charges in police station case

The National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC) has found grounds to charge former protest leader and ex-deputy prime minister Suthep Thaugsuban and others in a case involving alleged irregularities in a police station construction project, a source at the anti-graft agency said.

23rd, July 2019, 03:09pm

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