Ancient war trap shows great campaign by Tran army Society

Ancient war trap shows great campaign by Tran army

Archaeologists have recently unearthed wooden stakes that are thought to have been planted in a river in the coastal city of Hai Phong to repel Yuan-Mongol invaders' boats and secure the Bach Dang River victory in 1288 for Dai Viet (then Vietnam).
Thailand: Tham Luang Cave to open for tourists in November World

Thailand: Tham Luang Cave to open for tourists in November

Tham Luang Cave, which used to trap a junior football team in Thailand's northern province of Chiang Rai, will officially be opened for tourists from November 1, the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment announced on its website on October 30.
Endangered baby turtles released to sea Environment

Endangered baby turtles released to sea

Baby turtles (Cheloniidae) hatched from eggs that had been moved to a beach in the Cham Islands' Marine Protected Area (MPA) were released into the ocean last weekend by the MPA's management board.
Thai PM declares end of military rule World

Thai PM declares end of military rule

Thai Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha formally resigned as the head of the military government on July 15, saying Thailand will now function as a normal democracy after five years of military rule.
Seven killed in Cambodia building collapse World

Seven killed in Cambodia building collapse

At least seven people died and 18 were injured when a seven-storey building under construction collapsed in Cambodia’s southern province of Preah Sihanouk on June 22, according to Freshnews.