Thousands of anti-government protesters in Thailand donned sports gear in the pre-dawn darkness for the biggest political protest in the country in years.
The state-run Khao Kheaw Zoo in Chonburi province has come up with two potential names – “Moo Tun”, which translates as braised pork, or “Kaki” which means pork feet. Public is being invited to vote on the name they like the most.
Officials say the 10-year-old deer, found dead in a national park in Nan province, had consumed seven kilogrammes of coffee grounds, instant noodle packaging, garbage bags, towels, and men's underwear.
South Thailand has struggled grip of a bloody insurgency, with the latest deaths a result of the largest attack in recent memory.
The project will link Bangkok's main airport Suvarnabhumi to Don Muang airport – another airport in Bangkok used by low-cost carriers – and Pattaya's U-Tapao airport, enabling trains to travel at up to 250 kilometres per hour.
Prime Minister Prayut Chan-O-Cha ordered an immediate investigation after several small bombs believed to be "ping-pong bombs" went off across Bangkok, which is currently hosting the regional summit.
Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu says Turkey will send a 10-member delegation to China's northwestern East Turkistan region after discussing the situation of Uighur Turks with his Chinese counterpart.
Pressing regional concerns, including the Korean peninsula and China's territorial claims in the South China Sea, on the agenda.
King Vajiralongkorn, 66, became constitutional monarch after the death of his revered father, King Bhumibol Adulyadej, in October 2016 after 70 years on the throne. The coronation follows a period of mourning.
Hakeem al Araibi returned to Australia two months after he was detained in Thailand where he was under threat of extradition to his native country over alleged political crimes.
Thailand is between a rock and a hard place trying to pick who it is more willing to upset; Bahrain and the GCC or Australia, human rights organisations, and football's governing bodies.
Footballer Hakeem al Araibi, who fled Bahrain in 2014 and was later granted asylum in Australia, faces extradition to his homeland Bahrain, where he thinks he will face torture and even death.
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