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Update: Wed, Apr 26 2017    

Cameron warns US travel ban a threat to tourism

Former UK prime minister David Cameron has urged the global tourism industry to work closely with governments and embrace new technology to boost traveller safety and cross-border security amid increased challenges.

Police defend response to baby murder Facebook video

Royal Thai Police has defended their response to a horrific video clip of a father murdering his baby daughter that remained on Facebook Live for almost 24 hours before it was removed.

About 500 Cambodians detained for illegal entry in Sa Kaew

More than 500 Cambodians have been arrested during separate raids for illegally entering Thailand in Sa Kaew’s Wang Nam Yen district.

Live-streaming apps big in Singapore, region

Followers pay real money to send virtual gifts to popular streamers.

Taxi driver arrested for allegedly raping Brazilian tourist

A taxi driver was arrested in Nonthaburi on Wednesday after he allegedly took a Brazilian tourist to Suphan Buri and raped her.

Pro-democracy activists threatened by police over missing plaque

Pro-democracy activists have been continuously threatened and told to stop taking action with regards to the mysterious disappearance of the Siamese Revolution plaque almost two weeks after the historic symbol was discovered missing.

Booths to be set up for mourners at late King’s cremation

The government plans to set up public booths for mourners taking part in the His Majesty the late King Bhumibol Aduyadej’s cremation in October to lay traditional wooden funeral flowers, Deputy Prime Minister Wissanu Krea-ngam said on Wednesday.

Golden retriever rescued from tyre shop hit by fire

Firefighters found a golden retriever barely breathing inside a tyre shop that was engulfed in fire in Angthong on Wednesday morning.

Cabinet endorses broad spying powers for police

With little fanfare, the Cabinet on Tuesday endorsed sweeping new powers for police to monitor mobilephone conversations and access mobile apps – but police promised that ordinary people would not be affected, because the authorities would only target criminals accused of grave offences.