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BANGKOK: Thai Prime Minister Prayut Chan-ocha formally resigned as the head of the military government, saying the country would now function as a normal democracy after five years of military rule.
BANGKOK (Reuters) - Thai Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha formally resigned as the head of the military government on Monday, saying the country would function as a normal democracy after five years of military rule.
MAE SAI (Thailand): The 12 young Thai soccer players and their coach who grabbed global attention last year when they were trapped in a flooded cave for more than two weeks marked the anniversary of their ordeal with a religious ceremony.
CHIANG RAI, Thailand (Reuters) - A Thai football team trapped in a cave last year for 17 days returned there on Monday to perform Buddhist rituals honouring a former navy diver killed in the dramatic effort to rescue them that captivated the world.
Mae Sai (Thailand): A Thai youth football team and their coach led a charity race near the Tham Luang cave which they entered exactly one year ago, emerging alive 18 nail-biting days later.
Mae Sai (Thailand): Tourists snap selfies by a bronze statue of the diver who died trying to save the “Wild Boars” football team from a flooded cave, while mementos from their rescue fly off the shelves – scooped up by the 1.3 million people who have descended on a once serene mountainside in northern Thailand.
(Reuters) - Thailand's King Maha Vajiralongkorn Bodindradebayavarangkun will be officially crowned as the 10th king of the Chakri dynasty on May 4, after taking the throne following the death of his father, King Bhumibol Adulyadej, in late 2016.
Netflix joins the production company for 'Crazy Rich Asians' to make a film about the dramatic rescue of 12 boys and their football coach who were trapped in a flooded cave in Thailand for over two weeks.
BANGKOK: Netflix says it has secured the rights to make a miniseries about the dramatic rescue of 12 boys and their soccer coach from a cave in northern Thailand last year that captured international attention.
BANGKOK: Two Australian doctors in Thailand to receive royal honours for helping rescue a boys soccer team from a flooded cave say they are looking forward to a reunion with the people they helped save.