Month: April 2015


Thailand breaking aviation-safety deal, Japan complains

The Japan Civil Aviation Bureau has reminded Thailand to keep its promise of regular updates on steps being taken to resolve safety problems after the agency postponed sanctions against Thai airlines. The Department of Civil Aviation had successfully lobbied its Japanese counterpart to allow Thai-registered airlines to continue operating in Japan from April 11 to […]Read More


UFUN manhunt begins as police send the details of 6

AUTHORITIES in 180 countries will be sent details of the six UFUN fugitives wanted by Thai police to answer charges for their part in a pyramid scheme that allegedly defrauded investors out of millions of baht, Pol Lt-General Suwira Songmetta, assistant to the police chief said yesterday. The six suspects have already fled the country, […]Read More


Death of Anti-Election Protester in 2013 Unresolved: Court

BANGKOK — There was not enough evidence to determine whether police were responsible for the death of a demonstrator who joined an anti-election protest in Bangkok last December, a criminal court in Thailand said today. Wasu Suchanthabutr, 30, was shot during clashes between police and anti-government protesters on 26 December 2013. Read more: khaosodenglish.comRead More


Phuket police look for rock throwing thugs

PHUKET: Police are currently looking for two men who, whilst riding a motorcycle through Kamala, threw rocks at a moving vehicle with a one-year-old child inside. Luckily, a passenger in the vehicle managed to photograph the two carrying out the attack. Read more: Eakkapop Thongtub The Phuket NewsRead More


Mother and daughter held for plotting the murder of a

A woman and her mother have allegedly admitted to the police that they plotted the murder of the brother of the commissioner of narcotics police in order to clear the debt. The two women, Ms Rosarin, and her mother are being held in police custody at Banpot Pisai district police station on charges of conspiring […]Read More


Their Majesties donate fund to help quake victims in Nepal

Their Majesties the King and Queen have donated 10 million in cash to help the people who have suffered from the deadly earthquake in Nepal. Dr Distorn Vajarodaya, the Grand Chamberlain of the Bureau of the Royal Household, and executive chairman of the Rajaprajanugroh Foundation under the Royal Patronage, disclosed today that Their Majesties the […]Read More


8 Uighurs Escape Sa Kaeo Detention Center

SA KAEO — Police say they are looking for eight Uighurs who illegally entered Thailand and escaped from their holding cell last night. According to police, 17 detainees broke out from the detention facility in Aranyaprathet district last night by hacking off a part of the ceiling and roof. Read more: khaosodenglish.comRead More