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  • Proteas glaringly missing aura that de Villiers provided

    KARACHI: With their World Cup campaign now on cusp of a humiliating exit, South Africa now prepare themselves for a superhuman mission if they wish to go deep into the tournament...

    Their latest opponents are the unpredictable West Indies, against whom the Proteas have won four of their six matches on the biggest stage
  • Saudi citizen killed in rocket attack launched from Yemen: SPA

    DOHA: A cross border rocket attack launched from inside Yemen killed one Saudi citizen and wounded two others on Thursday in the southern province of Dhahran, Saudi Arabia's state news agency (SPA) reported...

    "At 18:30 on Thursday the civil defence sent a communique stating that the village of al-Hosn in Dhahran faced [an attack] by military rockets from inside Yemeni territory, which resulted in the death of a citizen and injury of...

  • Saudi designates two Hezbollah officials as terrorists: SPA

    The official SPA news agency identified one as Khalil Youssef Harb and said he was a military commander in charge of Hezbollah's activities in Yemen...

    SPA named the second as Mohammed Qabalan and said he had been convicted by an Egyptian court in absentia in 2010 for activities in the country...

  • Thai students detained in Pakistan have no IS links: Thai govt

    BANGKOK: Five Thai students detained in Pakistan for trying to board a plane with a pistol and ammunition have no links to the self-styled Islamic State militant group or any criminal organization, a Thai government spokesman said on Friday...

    On Friday, Thai newspaper the Bangkok Post reported that two of the five were suspected of having links to Islamic State, which is also known as IS...

  • Houdini act of Thai ex-PM Yingluck as unexpected as her rise

    BANGKOK: Yingluck Shinawatra departed the Thai political scene with a dramatic flourish befitting her roller-coaster six-year journey from political novice to premier — finally falling victim to the army-backed establishment who loathe her family...

    According to a senior source in her Pheu Thai party, the 50-year-old ex-premier fled Thailand a few days before the Supreme Court was set to rule whether she was guilty of criminal...

  • Ex-Thai leader sentenced in absentia to 5 years in prison

    A Thai court on Wednesday sentenced ousted prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra in absentia to five years in prison for alleged negligence in a money-losing rice subsidy program...

    The rice subsidy scheme was a flagship policy that helped Yingluck's Pheu Thai Party win the 2011 general election...

  • Thai ex-PM Yingluck in Dubai, aiming for UK

    BANGKOK: Former Thai premier Yingluck Shinawatra fled to Dubai and may try to seek asylum in the UK, a junta source said on Saturday, after she ducked a legal ruling, wrong-footing the court and her supporters alike...

    A senior source inside the family’s Pheu Thai party said Yingluck had fled the country for Dubai a few days before the ruling...

  • Four rangers killed by bomb in rebel-hit Thai south

    BANGKOK: Four Thai army rangers were killed on Friday when a roadside bomb tore through their truck as they were securing a road for teachers, an army official said, the latest carnage in an insurgency roiling the kingdom’s far south...

    The attack comes as the Thai junta pursues talks with an umbrella group claiming to represent the rebels...

  • Thai lawyer drops defamation suit against BBC reporter

    A Thai lawyer has dropped a criminal defamation suit against a BBC journalist over his investigation into foreigners being scammed out of retirement homes in the country, the broadcaster said on Thursday...

    Foreigners cannot own land in Thailand but they often get around the prohibition by putting assets in the name of Thais, or by setting up majority Thai-owned shell companies...

  • 50 Thai police officers punished over human trafficking

    BANGKOK: More than 50 Thai police officers have been punished over suspected links to human trafficking networks, the country’s police chief said on Thursday, after the prime minister ordered a probe into the discovery of trafficking camps near the Malaysian border...

    “We have transferred over 50 police officers over this issue because commanders in local areas know who has been involved in what,” Chief of Royal Thai Police General...

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