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February 19, 2024 Asean
MANILA: Six soldiers and at least one Islamist militant have been killed in the southern Philippines, an army spokesman said Monday, as security forces hunted down fighters believed to have bombed a Catholic mass last December.
February 19, 2024 Asean
BANGKOK: Thai prosecutors will conduct further investigations into whether former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra broke a royal defamation law, they said Monday, a day after the billionaire’s release on parole in a separate graft case.
February 18, 2024 Asean
JAKARTA: The General Elections Commission (KPU) is preparing to disburse compensations for electoral organisers who died on duty on Election Day, according to agency chairperson Hasyim Asy’ari.
February 18, 2024 Asean
BANGKOK: Jailed former Thai premier Thaksin Shinawatra will be freed on Sunday, the kingdom’s prime minister has said, just six months after returning from 15 years of self-imposed exile.
February 18, 2024 Asean
BANGKOK: Thailand’s former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra has been released on parole, after serving six months in detention at a hospital in Bangkok.
February 18, 2024 Asean
MOSCOW: The death toll from a landslide in the southern Philippine province of Davao de Oro has reached 98, Sputnik quoted Philippine media reports on Saturday, citing local authorities.
February 17, 2024 Asean
JAKARTA: President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) confirmed that Indonesia had managed to secure sufficient stocks of rice for the people for this year’s Ramadan month expected to take place between March and April, reported ANTARA news agency.
February 17, 2024 Asean
YANGON: More than 1,000 people lined up at the Thai embassy in Yangon on Friday as young people sought to leave Myanmar after the junta said it would impose military service.
February 16, 2024 Asean
JAKARTA: Indonesian defence minister Prabowo Subianto was on course to win the archipelago’s presidential poll by a wide margin, official tallies showed today with more than half of votes counted.
February 16, 2024 Asean
JAKARTA: Indonesian activists whose children disappeared or were shot dead by military forces in the 1990s protested late Thursday against the expected presidential victory of defence minister Prabowo Subianto.
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