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Update: Wed, Apr 26 2017    

Thai husband kills baby, self on Facebook Live

Police in Thailand say a man upset with his wife hanged their 11-month-old daughter on Facebook Live and then killed himself. Police Col.

Thailand father films himself killing daughter on Facebook Live

Police said the bodies of 21-year-old Wuttisan Wongtalay and his daughter, 11-month-old Natalee, were found hanging at an abandoned construction site for a hotel Monday night after Wongtalay's wife reported them missing. According to the Phuket Gazette , Wongtalay streamed the brutal murder-suicide in a four-minute long video on Facebook Live under the name Tonkla Ja.

Psychic trying to prove his immortality stabs himself to death

A psychic medium has died after accidentally stabbing himself in the heart while trying to prove his immortality, it has been reported. Theprit Palee, 25, had been performing the traditional spirit dance in front of spectators in Chiang Mai, northern Thailand, yesterday afternoon when the accident occurred.

Cremation of Thailand's late king to be held on Oct. 26

Thailand's late King Bhumibol Adulyadej will be cremated this October as part of a five-day funeral ceremony, a government spokesman said Tuesday. Artisans clean the royal funeral chariot to be used as part of the cremation for the late Thai King Bhumibol Adulyadej at the Office of Traditional Arts Nakhon Pathom province, Thailand, Thursday, April 20, 2017.

More policemen wanted for girl prostitution

Deputy national police chief Srivara Ransibrahmanakul holds a press conference on the case, with the mother of a girl prostitute sitting opposite the three suspects, at the Royal Thai Police Office in Bangkok late Tuesday. Arrest warrants are being sought for three more policemen in Mae Hong Son after the arrest of one of them in connection with alleged procurement of girl prostitutes in the northern province.

Released murderer nabbed dealing meth in Hat Yai

A man previously convicted of murder and his girlfriend, the former wife of a policeman, were arrested on Tuesday in Hay Yai district with 128,000 methamphetamine pills and 25.27 grammes of crystal methamphetamine in their possession. The arrest and drug seizure were made during a raid on house No.109/11 in Soi Kaeophormthong in the Hat Yai Municipality.

Bitwise in talks for new facility

Mr Somyos and executives of Bitwise Co show off the Tasaki brand. Mr Somyos says a joint venture factory making parts for air conditioners should be set up by the end of the second quarter if talks go according to plan.

Arms factory deal near

The deal for a Chinese arms factory was sealed in a series of meetings between Chinese Defence Minister Chang Wanquan and top Thai officials including a meeting with Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha in January. A plan to build a production and maintenance facility for Chinese weapons in Thailand is expected to be finalised by July, according to Deputy Prime Minister Prawit Wongsuwon.

Thailand's 'giraffe women' photographed in their home

Thailand's 'giraffe women': The colourful tribe who wear elaborate brass coils to lengthen their necks in a show of beauty The rings are added when girls are just five and continue to be added each year as a sign of femininity For centuries the women of the Kayan tribe have sported elaborate brass coils around their necks causing many to dub them the giraffe women. Contrary to their nickname, the tribe members actually have normal-sized necks.

Six men arrested after Chumphon drug seizure

Police arrested six suspected members of a transnational drug-trafficking ring following Friday's seizure of yaba pills worth Bt250 million in Chumphon's Pathiu district. The drugs were smuggled from Myanmar into Thailand en route to Malaysia, Provincial Police Region 8 chief Lt-General Thesa Siriwatho told a press conference on Monday.

65 Cambodian illegals locked in building for three days

Rangers and police rescued 65 Cambodians including children who had been lured by a Cambodian broker and locked in a shophouse for three days at Rong Klua Market in Sa Kaew province. The rangers, Klong Luek police and Sa Kaew immigration police checked the market after they learned from informants that some Cambodians had been smuggled across the border to the market, pending them being smuggled to Bangkok and Samut Prakan province.

Songkran Festival marked in Thailand

A model joins in a carnival procession to celebrate the Songkran Festival in Phra Pradaeng District of central Thailand's Samut Prakan Province, April 23, 2017. Home to most of Thailand's Mon ethnic communities, the district of Phra Pradaeng in Samut Prakan Province follows its own tradition of celebrating Songkran Festival, also known as the Water Festival, with carnival processions being held across the streets in addition to water splashing commonly seen elsewhere.

Teen prostitution found

Provincial Police Region 5 commissioner Poonsap Prasertsak has ordered witness protection for the mother and daughter, and moved the alleged police pimp out of the province so he cannot contact witnesses. The Department of Special Investigation is being urged to step in and probe a policeman involved in allegedly peddling a girl in Mae Hong Son to work as a prostitute and the state officials and politicians who patronised the service.

Myanmar workers escape with minor injuries after bus overturns

A bus carrying Myanmar workers fell into a roadside ditch in Samut Sakhon's Muang district on Sunday morning. Nineteen people, including the bus driver Sompong Yaiwan, suffered minor injuries.

Believe it or not, a man was arrested in Thailand for smuggling frozen sperms

You have heard about smugglers who smuggle goods, drugs, cannabis among other things. But have you ever heard about some who smuggles human semen? Yes, sperms.

Semen smugglers to face legal action

Doctors at Khon Kaen Hospital show the semen container on Saturday. The container was seized from a man while he was trying to cross the border to Laos in Nong Khai province on Friday.

Stolen plaque in Thailand a sign of antidemocratic sentiment

In this Oct. 2, 2016, photo, a small bronze plaque commemorating Thailand's 1932 revolution rests in the pavement of the Royal Plaza in Bangkok, Thailand. In early April, the plaque was mysteriously removed by parties unknown and substituted by one praising the Chakri Dynasty, whose 10th king took the throne last December.