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Bangkok

Police: Missing Japanese killed, dismembered and thrown into klong

The husband of a woman who used an ATM of a missing Japanese language teacher to make several withdrawals from his bank account was taken into custody today after he admitted that he killed the Japanese. Somchai Kaewbangyang reportedly told police that the former language teacher, 79-year Yoshinori Tetsuo, went unconscious and he killed him. […]Read More

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PM, in Italy at ASEM, meets with Japanese counterpart

MILAN, Oct 16 – Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha met with his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe during their stay in Italy to attend the Asia-Europe Meeting. After arriving in Milan, the venue of the meeting, the first task of Gen Prayut was to meet the business community of participants in the Asia-Europe Business Forum and to […]Read More

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US, Japanese ambassadors meet new Thai Foreign Minister

BANGKOK, Sept 13 – The United States and Japanese ambassadors to Thailand have held discussions with Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Affairs Minister Gen Thanasak Patimaprakorn, who informed them that the interim Thai government would do everything possible to strengthen the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN). The meeting was held on Friday, where Gen […]Read More

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Surrogate mums admit lying in court over Shigeta’s babies

TWO THAI surrogate mothers told police yesterday they were instructed to lie to the courts during adoption hearings – to say that their babies were conceived during affairs with the Japanese man at the heart of a surrogacy scandal. The unnamed women said they testified to the courts that they could not keep the babies […]Read More

Bangkok

Japanese ‘father’ abandons surrogate babies

A 24-year-old Japanese man claimed to be the father of nine surrogate babies discovered in Bangkok, Shigeta Mitsutoki, fled Thailand early Thursday morning, immigration police confirmed on Friday. A source at the Immigration Bureau said that Mr Mitsutoki had passed through immigration at Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi airport. Read more: Bangkok PostRead More