Published: Nov 25, 2021
Faced with unceasing trouble even after two months of flooding, angry Suphan Buri shrimp farmers slapped government agencies with as many as 210 lawsuits on Thursday for their water "mismanagement". They are demanding compensation to the tune of THB142 million for damages incurred.
Published: Nov 01, 2021
The government has in general extended Covid-19 control measures for another 15 days but has lifted some restrictions in order to ease the economic impacts, such as the reopening of more schools and factories.
Published: Oct 29, 2021
The Security Council members called on Sudans military authorities to restore the civilian-led transitional government on the basis of the constitutional document and other foundational documents of the transition.
Published: Oct 26, 2021
NAIROBI - Sudans military on Monday detained the prime minister, dissolved the government and declared a state of emergency, in what could be the end of a democratic transition propelled by the millions of Sudanese who marched in the streets for the overthrow of longtime dictator Omar Hassan al-Bashir more than two years ago.
Published: Oct 14, 2021
Microsoft, which has faced pressure from employees and shareholders over contracts with governments and law enforcement agencies, agreed to commission an independent human rights review of some of those deals.
Published: Sep 08, 2021
KABUL, Afghanistan - The Taliban on Tuesday took its first step toward formalizing its rule of Afghanistan, announcing the leaders of a caretaker government that included members of the powerful Haqqani network but excluded representatives of the countrys toppled government.
Published: Jul 30, 2021
Representatives of six media associations on Friday met with government officials to express concern over new restrictions which ban media from disseminating information that incites fear or may affect national stability.