BANGKOK — It may be an invitation coveted by many Thais, but pro-democracy student leader Netiwit Chotiphatphaisal publicly turned down an invitation by US Ambassador Glyn Davies to attend this year’s Fourth of July reception.
BANGKOK — Under a new migrant worker law, employers involved in human trafficking face jail time and fines of up to 1 million baht.
LOS ANGELES — Thailand remained in the second tier of nations in an annual US human trafficking report released Tuesday.
BANGKOK — Oil companies resumed operations Monday after the junta chief used his self-granted absolute power to overturn a court order and give them...
BANGKOK — Released after being detained overnight, pro-democracy activist Rangsiman Rome said Monday he would continue to demand transparency over a 179-billion baht rail project the Thai military government recently signed with China.
BANGKOK — The Court of Appeals on Tuesday overturned the conviction of a man convicted of opening fire during the 2014 political unrest, wounding...
BANGKOK — A university poll published Sunday said over half of respondents agreed with the idea of junta leader Gen. Prayuth Chan-ocha remaining prime minister after the next elections.
BANGKOK — Pro-democracy Rangsiman Rome said a year-old warrant police cited to detain him Sunday was fabricated to stop him from speaking out about a controversial Sino-Thai railway project.
BANGKOK — Pro-democracy activist Rangsiman Rome was taken into police custody late Sunday afternoon, one day before he was to petition the military government for information about a controversial project.
BANGKOK — The struggle for democracy is far from over 85 years after a revolt brought an end to absolute monarchy, historians and political scientists said Friday.