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Auto sales jumped 27.9% year-on-year to 84,965 units in May and 7.3% from the previous month, according to the Federation of Thai Industries (FTI).

KABUL: Dozens of peace protesters arrived in Kabul on Monday after walking hundreds of kilometres across war-battered Afghanistan, as the Taliban ended an unprecedented ceasefire and resumed attacks in parts of the country.

A woman fell to her death from Bangkok Bank's high rise headquarters on Silom Road, Bangkok, on Monday about four months after giving birth.

Flooding in southern Myanmar has caused a landslide at a famed Buddhist pagoda, submerged homes and displaced hundreds of people as monsoon rains batter the country.

MANILA: Philippine troops have clashed with remnants of a pro-Islamic State militant group that held a southern city for five months last year, the army said on Monday.

A falling tide lowers all boats, it seems. Amid an exodus from emerging markets, investors are pulling out of even Asian economies with solid prospects for growth and debt financing.

PHNOM PENH: A Cambodian prince who was a candidate in upcoming general elections was transferred early Monday to a hospital in Bangkok after being injured in a road crash that killed his wife, said a fellow politician and a Cambodian news agency.

BELGRADE: "Join us comrade!" tourists are warmly greeted, as they climb into a vintage car that is no longer produced for a visit back in time to a country that no longer exists.

PARIS: Hindered by strikes and outdated equipment, French air traffic control is responsible for a third of aviation delays in Europe, Le Parisien said Monday, citing a senate finance committee report.

The Stock Exchange of Thailand's main index went down 21.01 points, or 1.23%, to close at 1,683.81 points at the end of trading session this morning. The trade value was 26.92 billion baht, with 5.53 billion shares traded.

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