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Absolute Power Means ‘I Can Do Whatever,’ Prayuth Says

BANGKOK — Junta leader and Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha said Tuesday he cannot be held accountable for damages caused by actions he takes using...

Critics Say Prayuth Should Compensate Aussie Mine He Shut Down

BANGKOK — An Australian mining company on Monday denied it has settled with the military government a year after the junta leader used his...

Yingluck Minister Sentenced to Decades in Prison

BANGKOK — While Friday was dominated by the vanishing act of his former boss, former commerce minister Boonsong Teriyapirom was sent to jail Friday...

Court Orders Arrest of No-Show Yingluck

BANGKOK — Former prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra became a fugitive of the law Friday when she failed to appear to hear the verdict in...

Khaosod English #Yingluck Verdict Live Blog

The big day is here, and Khaosod English is at the Supreme Court for the verdict in former Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra's malfeasance trial....

FAQ: The Rice Program and Yingluck Trial Explained

The politically charged trial has run over two years. The alleged crime involves a complex agricultural subsidy of price guarantees and mortgaged rice. Those...

Prayuth Tells Frog His Fairy Tale Dream on Isaan Goodwill Tour (Photos)

NAKHON RATCHASIMA — Gen. Prayuth Chan-ocha took a break from his hearts-and-minds tour in the northeast Monday to chat with a frog, some cows and grandmas.

Court Vicinity Declared Off-Limits to Yingluck Supporters

BANGKOK — No supporters or gatherings of any kind will be allowed outside the court where former prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra is due to hear the verdict in her malfeasance trial Friday.

Prayuth’s Nephew Quits Army a Year After Nepotism Scandal

BANGKOK — A former regional army commander and younger brother to the junta leader announced Sunday that his son has already resigned from the...

Govt Tells Media Who and What to Cover for Cabinet Meetup

BANGKOK — The government has ordered all television channels to promote the work of its ministers in an effort the head of its public...

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