The Dhaka police claim Fakhrul Islam trained in Afghanistan and was recruiting Rohingya refugees to an extremist group.
Authorities have predicted Chinese travelers will make more than 2 billion trips for Lunar New Year during a 40-day period in January and February.
Rights group documents serious cases of alleged abuse against refugees by the security force sent to protect them.
They are accused of extracting a $245,000 bribe to allow two alleged passport forgers to escape.
Quarantine for overseas arrivals will end Jan. 8, sparking joy in the country, which has been largely closed off to the outside world since March 2020.
A total of 23 personnel are still not accounted for after the HTMS Sukhothai sank during a storm on Sunday, a Thai navy spokesperson said.
Restaurants, shops and parks have been allowed to reopen, but many Chinese are finding the path to living with the virus more complicated than expected.
Neighboring countries China and South Korea have taken steps to tackle excessive youth gaming, but some families in Japan say they lack support in dealing with the issue.
In the wake of the Tiananmen crackdown, Jiang steered China towards its emergence as the global trade, military, and political power that it is today.
Bangkok investigators are probing a network tied to suspected Chinese drug dealer Chaiyanat Kornchayanant, who turned himself in last week.
The rallies in major cities nationwide were triggered by anger after a deadly fire in Urumqi in which COVID lockdowns were seen as hampering rescue efforts.
Long-time opposition leader to form coalition govt, capping 25 turbulent years marked by jail time on corruption and sodomy charges seen as politically motivated.
Analysts have warned that the country could face further political instability if there is no clear winner and if coalition-building talks took time.
Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said after attending the East Asia Summit in Phnom Penh that Washington was trying to contain Beijing and Moscow’s influence in the region.
Some have questioned the appropriateness of the luxury gifts from the strongman ruler of Cambodia, a poor country with no history of watchmaking.