KUALA LUMPUR: The Indonesian woman who is one of the suspects
in the killing of North Korean ruler Kim Jong-un's half brother
said she was paid $90 for what she believed was a prank, an
Indonesian official said Saturday.
The trend of tenants moving away from older centrally located
office buildings to new properties in "fringe" locations of Bangkok
is likely to continue in 2017, according to a study by the property
services firm Knight Frank Thailand.
MANILA: Political opponents of Philippine President Rodrigo
Duterte on Saturday turned a traditional celebration of a "People
Power" uprising against dictatorship three decades ago into a
protest march condemning his war on drugs.