It was the Democrat administration who ordered the crackdown in 2010, but the Pheu Thai government has also failed to address the suffering of those affected by the violence.
(9 April) Top officials and other prominent guests have congratulated the news team at the Khaosod newspaper on the 23rd anniversary of its founding.
(24 February) Khaosod English has retracted the article in which anti-government activist monk was alleged to have requested donation from a pro-government TV station.
The editorial team of Khaosod English has recently received a number of questions about its translation of the name of the the anti-government protest group.
(9 December) Weeks into their campaign to unseat the government, the aims and demands of the anti-government protesters remain unclear.
(13 November) The International Court of Justice (ICJ) ruling on the ownership of the territory around Preah Vihear Temple has turned out to be what many sides have expected: that the ICJ would rule the case with the intention to promote peace between Thailand and Cambodia in mind.
(4 November) Since its departure from its original form, the government-sponsored Amnesty Bill has been attracting much criticism from members of the public of various backgrounds.
(30 October) Many countries have shown their interests in investing with the two-trillion baht infrastructure development in Thailand, particularly China and Japan.