Thailand Daily News (Bangkok Post)

  • Pro-poll activists demand end to regime 'lies'
    Pro-election activists stepped up their campaign on Saturday with denunciations of the military regime's "lies", symbolised by masks bearing the face of Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha with Pinocchio's nose. ... Read more
  • Dropbox seeks $500m in IPO
    NEW YORK: Dropbox, one of the world's most widely used cloud storage services, has filed for an initial public offering, seeking to raise an estimated US$500 million. ... Read more
  • Security tightened in Hat Yai, border districts
    SONGKHLA: Security has been increased to the maximum level in the commercial hub of Hat Yai and four border districts of this southern province in anticipation of possible violence. ... Read more
  • Toon plans 5km run for Pattani hospital
    Toon Bodyslam will start another 5km charity run on Sunday to raise 4 million baht for a hospital in Pattani province urgently in need of X-Ray machines. ... Read more
  • Filipino Catholics march against divorce bill
    MANILA: Around 2,000 Roman Catholic Filipinos protested in Manila on Saturday against a push to legalise divorce, with church groups also using the "Walk for Life" march to criticise President Rodrigo Duterte's deadly war on drugs. ... Read more
  • US and Thai sisters rule in Pattaya
    PATTAYA: American and Thai sisters occupy four of the top six spots on the leaderboard heading into the final round of the LPGA Honda Thailand Open on Sunday. ... Read more
  • McThai founder Dej dies at 68
    Dej Bulsuk, the businessman who brought McDonald's restaurants to Thailand and spearheaded their growth for more than two decades, died of a heart attack on Friday evening at the age of 68. ... Read more
  • Two Chinese drown in Phangnga
    PHANGNGA: Rescuers on Saturday continued to search for a Chinese woman who was missing after two compatriots drowned and two others were rescued from choppy waters off a local beach. ... Read more
  • US slaps 'heaviest' sanctions on N.Korea
    WASHINGTON: The United States on Friday sanctioned 56 vessels, shipping companies and trade businesses linked to North Korea in what President Donald Trump called the "heaviest" sanctions ever imposed on the country. ... Read more
  • Srisaket ready to defend title
    LOS ANGELES: Srisaket Sor Rungvisai is ready to back up his spectacular 2017, starting with a defence of his World Boxing Council super flyweight world title against Juan Francisco Estrada of Mexico. ... Read more