Bangkok authorities are on alert for demonstrations after the ruling, as several protest groups had earlier said they would take to the streets if Prayut won the case.
The explosion that killed at least 19 people happened in the Dasht-e-Barchi area, the scene of some of Afghanistan's most deadly attacks.
More than a dozen officials targeted last year included senior government and military personnel, diplomats and advisers, says Reuters, citing nine people with knowledge of the matter.
President Biden announces $810 million in funding for the Pacific Islands at a rare summit in Washington and pledged to assist the region's pressing issues like climate crisis, maritime security and overfishing.
It is the third round of missile launches by North Korea this week, extending a record pace in weapons testing as it accelerates a push to expand its arsenal and pressure Washington to accept it as a nuclear power.
The US vice president says America's commitment to South Korea's defence is "ironclad", adding that the allies are "aligned" in their response to North's weapons programmes.
Both Aung Saa Suu Kyi and Australian Sean Turnell have been detained since a coup in February last year — and they were sentenced under Myanmar's Official Secrets Act in the latest case.
Actors linked to military and radical Buddhist nationalist groups flooded Facebook with anti-Muslim content prior to large-scale massacres, Amnesty International says, demanding Facebook meet Rohingya's demands for remediation.
"You can count on the United States partnering with you," top US diplomat Blinken tells 12 leaders and representatives of two other nations, in a first-of-a-kind summit in Washington, despite friction with Solomon Islands.
Firefighters have rushed to the scene after a blaze in an eatery in the city of Changchun, while authorities say the cause of the incident is under investigation.
Nelson slipped and went missing while skiing down the world's eighth-highest mountain, after a successful summit with her partner Jim Morrison on Monday.
The US vice-president's trip to Japan, Washington's closest regional ally, is meant to "reassure allies" and "deter any escalation".
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