BANGKOK — Eyes tired of staring at screens all day? Give them a rest and open your ears to stories from the Thai capital.
BANGKOK — The junta used its absolute power Tuesday to mandate everyone must buckle up for safety, whether they are in a car, truck or riding a public van.
BANGKOK — Hundreds of thousands of young men slated to report for military conscription next month include two prominent student activists who have campaigned extensively against the military regime.
BANGKOK — Junta chairman Prayuth Chan-ocha said he will approve the purchase of two submarines from China when the matter reaches the Cabinet.
BANGKOK — Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte is in Thailand for a two-day visit rounding out his nine-country tour of southeast Asia.
BANGKOK — A fugitive Redshirt exile claimed Monday that Thai authorities planted weapons in his Pathum Thani residence to get him extradited home because he has called for turning Thailand into a federal state.
KHON KAEN — Four university students who have campaigned for the immediate release of lese majeste activist suspect became criminal suspects themselves.
BANGKOK — Pro-democracy activist Sombat Boon-ngamanong said that when he heard the military regime had arrested and detained a 14-year-old boy for holding a protest placard, he genuinely found it difficult to believe.
BANGKOK — The military government said Tuesday it will be able to collect 16 billion baht in taxes from fugitive prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra through a “miracle of law.”
BANGKOK — A review of whether Bangkok’s police chief violated ethical standards ended Tuesday as the state watchdog said it lacked clear evidence he has ever received a salary from the country’s largest brewer.