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Japanese gangsters change sex and become pop idols

Deputy Prime Minister Gen Prawit Wongsuwon on Wednesday confirmed that sacked immigration chief Surachate "Big Joke" Hakparn has been appointed to a Police Commission sub-committee.

A subtle form of tuberculosis sited behind the sinuses caused the rare and fatal bleeding of late 28-year-old singer Numtarn The Star 5, the management of Siriraj Hospital said on Wednesday.

Ahead of this week's G20 meeting, Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha reaffirmed Thailand's and Asean's support of rule-based, free and open multilateral trading.

The Transport Ministry has put the brakes on Airports of Thailand Plc's (AoT) plan to build Suvarnabhumi airport's 42-billion-baht second terminal, saying the scheme fails to take into consideration all related infrastructure projects.

The Constitutional Court will on Wednesday decide on whether to accept petitions against 41 government MPs who are accused by the opposition of breaching the charter's rule on shareholdings in media firms.

The Federation of Thai Industries (FTI) is calling on the Bank of Thailand to launch new measures to rein in the baht's rapid gains after the currency hit a more than six-year high, aiming to prevent the export slump from deepening.

One hundred years ago, on June 28, 1919, the eyes of the world were on the Palace of Versailles outside Paris. There, in the grand Hall of Mirrors, representatives of 31 victorious countries signed the treaty that ended the most gruesome war mankind had ever experienced and dictated the terms of surrender to the defeated Imperial Germany.

The Excise Department is conducting a study into the best ways to collect taxes from the cashed-up providers of online games, movies and music.

The Supreme Administrative Court on Tuesday dismissed a request for its ruling on the legitimacy of the Senate selection process because the issue was outside its scope.


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