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May, 30, 2016

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A set of emoticons satirizing Thailand's royal family have been removed by the messaging application Line, in a country where discussion of the monarchy is tightly controlled by a draconian royal insult law.
Thai authorities have confiscated nearly 6,000 red bowls bearing a message from an ousted ex-premier, a police officer said Sunday, in the junta's latest attempt to block the resurgence of the political party it toppled.
The personal details of thousands of foreign nationals living in southern Thailand were briefly leaked online in what the site's developer admitted Monday was a data breach during a test for police.
The dash cam video is jaw-dropping: On a virtually empty stretch of highway, a midsize car is seen traveling in the slow lane. Suddenly, a black Mercedes-Benz zooms into the frame and rear-ends the car at tremendous speed. Within a split second, a cloud of smoke and debris fill the video screen.
A hit South Korean drama about a gun-toting soldier saving lives in a far away land has won over Thailand's mercurial junta chief, who on Thursday called on citizens to watch the show.
A Thai gardener behind a US$20 million gem heist from a Saudi palace that has long soured relations between the two countries became a monk Thursday in hopes of redeeming his karma.
Leicester City's inexorable climb up the Premier League has left many pundits scratching their heads wondering what the key to their success is.
Thailand's junta leader ordered the army Monday to strengthen security in Muslim-majority southern provinces following a recent surge in violence by insurgents.
Eight people died at the headquarters of one of Thailand's largest banks when workers accidentally triggered the release of fire extinguishing chemicals during an upgrade of the building's safety system, officials said Monday.
Thailand's junta is in "panic mode" over the economy and is failing to heal the country's deep political rifts, former Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva said Friday in unusually strident criticism of the kingdom's generals.
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