Thai Humanitarian Efforts Bring Hope Amid Myanmar’s Turmoil

In a gesture of goodwill and solidarity, Thailand has commenced the delivery of much-needed aid to Myanmar, marking a significant step towards addressing the humanitarian crisis gripping the nation. The initial shipment, comprising 4,000 relief bags containing essential supplies such as rice and dried food, symbolizes Thailand’s commitment to alleviating the suffering of the people […]

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Myanmar’s Conscription Exodus: A Struggle for Survival on the Thai Border

Md Khayrul Bashar, Senior Reporter: In the sleepy village of Wale, nestled along the boundary between Thailand and Myanmar, a familiar scene unfolds daily. Villagers traverse the small wooden bridge connecting the two sides, their lives intertwined by the narrow river flowing beneath. However, amidst this tranquility, a new phenomenon has emerged, drawing attention to […]

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Former Thai PM Yingluck Shinawatra Acquitted in Latest Legal Twist

In a surprising turn of events, a Thai court on Monday acquitted former Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra, who is currently living in exile, on charges of mishandling funds for a government project in 2013. This marks the latest legal victory for the influential Shinawatra family, following the recent parole release of Yingluck’s brother, former premier […]

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