The Royal Thai Army has denied using taxpayers’ money to hire a company to conduct an information operation (IO) for it after a document leak that indicates its efforts at IO are anything but over after a Twitter ban last month.
Officials tracing 326 contacts of Chiang Mai patient
Authorities say a total of 326 people came in contact with a Thai woman in Chiang Mai who was diagnosed with Covid-19 and had visited a karaoke bar, a shopping mall and movie theatre and used public transport and Grab car services.
BEIJING: China has powered up its first domestically developed nuclear reactor — Hualong One — a significant step in Beijing’s attempts to become less dependent on Western countries for energy security and critical technology.
The Foreign Ministry says two Iranian prisoners were sent back to their home country this week to serve out their sentences under a bilateral agreement — and it had nothing to do with Tehran's release of a British-Australian academic.