New appointments in Thailand of prohibition advocates to a "health department" enforcement agency have escalated attempts to limit and then to ban alcohol, with celebrities in the spotlight.
A group of concerned citizens in northern Burma launched a crackdown on illegal drugs - and accidentally found proof that government authorities are on the take from the drug gangs.
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The crowds outside made themselves clear: No nukes. But the government ordered another reactor started, the second since the shutdown caused by the 2011 Fukushima nuclear reactor crisis.
A non-government organization (NGO) in Sweden has alleged that there was corruption in the sales of the country's Saab-made Gripen fighter jets to Thailand.
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Documents released by an anonymous U.S. government whistleblower claim that the Obama administration has covered up the scope of civilian casualties caused by drone strikes, calling them "enemy fatalities" even when they are obviously not.
A common-law couple in Thailand won the million-dollar lottery a few weeks ago. After they agreed to deposit the winnings in the husband's bank account, he fired off a text message by phone that he wanted to separate.
A Thai man enjoying a bit of fishing on his day off spotted a Norwegian couple stuck and slowly sinking in a dangerous mud field. To help them out, he literally laid down his body for them.
Thousands of mistreated Rohingya Muslims from western Burma overwhelmed the region last year, and it's all about to start again.
Four-star army General Preecha Chan-o-cha, brother of the leader of the current military regime, has been cleared after a panel agreed his faulty assets report was a "technical mistake."
Pro-democracy Thais ignored a ban by the current military regime on political rallies to mark the Oct. 14, 1973, uprising against military dictators.
Thailand's capital, built on a swamp 250 years ago, is slowly sinking back into the primeval muck, at the rate of about two inches a year.
A man in suburban Bangkok killed his wife and told work colleagues and police that it was a blood sacrifice that could bring world peace.
A black magic confidence trickster has been sent to prison in Thailand for 20 years after being caught in elaborate sexual schemes.
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