BANGKOK — A deputy Bangkok governor is under fire for suggesting that more young men are becoming infected with HIV because there are more gay characters on television.
BANGKOK — An investigative journalist was arrested Wednesday night while looking to alleged graft linked to the brother of a top junta leader.
BANGKOK — A 59-year-old man was sentenced to two decades in prison Wednesday for posting links to audio files critical of the monarchy on a website.
BANGKOK — The Supreme Court Wednesday gave an activist opposed to military rule a two-month jail term and fined him 3,000 baht for defying...
BANGKOK — A reporter accused of sedition met with police Tuesday to hear the details of the charges against him.
BANGKOK — US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is due to arrive Tuesday to discuss issues of cooperation with the military government.
BANGKOK — It’s been one year since the referendum on the junta-backed constitution was staged, but hundreds of people remain on trial for expressing their opposition to it, a civil rights watchdog said Sunday.
BANGKOK — A day after hundreds gathered to support former premier Yingluck Shinawatra’s closing statement in her malfeasance trial, the deputy chief responsible for the most serious police cases launched a crackdown against the people who drove them there.
BANGKOK — A former energy minister met with police Friday to acknowledge a charge of sedition filed against him – the third junta critic to be accused of such this week.
BANGKOK — The final regulations written to facilitate the removal of online content under the new Computer Crime Act illustrate the government’s bid to...