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Singapore casino to launch world’s first ArtScience museum

Singapore's Marina Bay Sands will open the world's first ArtScience museum.

Massive clean-up after Bangkok riots

Thai authorities launched a clean-up operation in Bangkok's charred commercial district on Sunday as the city prepared for the resumption of business.

Thai protesters abandon Bangkok refuge

Thai authorities restored order in Bangkok on Thursday after a night of rioting and fires that veered towards anarchy.

Thai protesters agree to talks to end violence

Thai anti-government protesters agreed on Tuesday to talks brokered by a Senate leader to end the deadly political crisis that country.

Thai court orders disbanding of PM’s party

Thai judges ordered Prime Minister Somchai Wongsawat's ruling People Power Party be disbanded on Tuesday after it was found guilty of vote fraud.

Pressure mounts on Thai army to halt unrest

Pressure built on Thailand's military to intervene in a political crisis threatening to descend into widespread civil unrest on Thursday.

Thai govt rejects army chief’s plea for election

Thailand's army chief told the elected government on Wednesday to step down and call a snap election as a way out of a deepening political crisis.

Thaksin in-law becomes new Thai leader

Thailand's Parliament elected a brother-in-law of ousted leader Thaksin Shinawatra as prime minister on Wednesday.

Thailand imposes emergency rule after street battle

Thai Prime Minister Samak Sundaravej declared a state of emergency in Bangkok on Tuesday and gave the army control of public order.

Thousands of protesters besiege Thai PM’s offices

Thousands of royalist protesters stormed the compound of Thai Prime Minister Samak Sundaravej, a TV station and several ministries on Tuesday.

Protesters seize Thai state TV

Thousands of royalist protesters stormed Thai state broadcaster NBT on Tuesday as a part of demonstrations to try to overthrow the elected government.

‘Swirly-face’ paedophile suspect on trial in Thailand

Canadian paedophile suspect Christopher Neil went on trial in Thailand on Monday, more than four months after he was arrested in a global man-hunt triggered by ''swirly face'' images of abuse found on the internet. Neil pleaded not guilty to four charges of molesting and distributing pornographic images of two Thai boys.

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