Amnesty International on Monday called for its supporters worldwide to write letters urging the Thai authorities to stop prosecuting pro-election MBK 39 activists, as well as any other Thais pursued Continue Reading →
A Pheu Thai Party ex-MP on Monday dismissed speculation that former minister Pongsak Raktapongpaisan would fill the long-vacant position of party leader, while political observers believe the decision will be Continue Reading →
The Bank of Thailand (BOT) on Monday clarified its planned new regulations regarding licensing in the banking sector, after many people had mistakenly understood that it would be granting a Continue Reading →
Traffic was closed between Patong and Karon Beach in Phuket yesterday as police and emergency responders tried to clear a nearly-overturned container lorry at the bottom of the hill between Continue Reading →
US and Thai marines slurped snake blood and ate scorpions in a jungle survival programme on Monday as part of the two nations’ annual Cobra Gold war games.
The Thai Journalists Association is sticking to its position in refusing to disclose details about the recent scandal concerning sexual harassment allegedly committed by a senior media executive.
Myanmar troops seized $7 million worth of narcotics, precursors and equipment in a raid on drug labs in the restive north, the army said Monday, as it continues a war Continue Reading →
Four Indonesian men have been arrested over the killing of an orangutan shot some 130 times with an air rifle, police said Monday, in the latest fatal attack on a Continue Reading →
The city-inbound exit point from the Ram Khamhaeng elevated section near Soi Ram Khamhaeng 8 for motorists heading to Rama IX will be closed from 11pm on February 23 onwards, Continue Reading →
Police have arrested three Malaysians and a Taiwanese man for allegedly working for a call-centre scam gang in Bangkok.