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Modern Culture Is Not Just Revealing Transgenders, ‘It Is Creating Them’

All scientific evidence indicates that gender identity disorders result principally from cultural causes and moreover, modern society is facilitating them, according to an analysis published Friday. Writing for the Catholic World Report, Anne Hendershott chronicles...

Seventeen Chinese tourists injured in coach crash in Thailand

Seventeen Chinese tourists were injured and a Thai driver killed in a bus crash in Thailand.  The accident happened on Friday morning in the southern province of Phang Na, according the Chinese consulate general. The bus...

Yingluck gets ready to make her move

IT HAS been almost six months since former prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra fled the country just before a court verdict in a criminal case that stemmed from her government’s corruption-plagued rice-pledging scheme.   She lived in...

Smog choking Bangkok expected to ease

The smog choking Bangkok is expected to ease this week as the weather forecast predicts rainfall for 30% of the capital over the next four days, said permanent secretary of the Natural Resources and...

60 Thai policemen under probe for receiving hongbao

Thai police have launched an investigation on 60 policemen from Bangkok’s four police stations for receiving hongbao from an alleged gambling outlet owner. Hongbaos or red packets containing money are traditionally given out during Chinese New...

Senior Rebels bikie figure stuck in Thailand in visa limbo

A senior Western Australian bikie member doesn't know when he'll return to home to his young family after Federal authorities cancelled his residency visa while he was holidaying in Thailand. Rebels member Kevin Michael Lawrence, 56,...

The dark, violent side of Pattaya ‘the sex capital of the world’

EVEN by Pattaya’s violent standards the death of Melbourne man Benjamin Robb was shockingly brutal. The 42-year-old had been in the resort city south of Bangkok for only 12 hours. He made his way to...

British expat who launched online appeal to help pay for medical bills has died

A British man and YouTube personality who became known for his daily videos about expat life in rural northern Thailand has died. Graham Briar died on Friday night, his wife Pie confirmed in a video...

Thai activists plan more protests ahead of coup anniversary in May

A group of pro-democracy activists in Thailand said on Saturday that it plans to hold more public protests, despite threat of arrests, to demand the military government not to delay a general election scheduled...

Video: Family Kicked Off the Carnival ‘Cruise From Hell’

A violent brawl broke out aboard a Carnival Cruise Lines ship in Australia — leading to 23 members of the same family getting kicked off the trip. At least 30 people aboard the Carnival Legend cruise ship...