BANGKOK — After images of lawmakers snoozing during debate of next year’s proposed multi-trillion baht budget incensed taxpayers, two of the nappers gave flaccid explanations as the junta leader berated their behavior.
BANGKOK — The Thai government defended the controversial lese majeste and cybercrime laws as consistent with "Thai traditional and cultural values” in response to concerns expressed by the United Nations.
BANGKOK — The head of the ruling junta said Tuesday he will visit Europe later this month to discuss trade deals.
BANGKOK — In a presentation that would put a glimmer in the eye of any James Bond villain, officials spell out the capabilities of a future satellite system to blanket the entire planet in unceasing surveillance.
BANGKOK — The Future Forward Party called on the military government Monday to end alleged threats against its members, particularly in the north and northeastern regions.
BANGKOK — A party founded by a lawyer and a younger brother of Suthep Thaugsuban would like to assure the public they are no way controlled by the conservative hard-liner.
BANGKOK — Some observers were surprised when a splinter group of pro-democracy protesters succeeded in marching on the Government House – and nearly reaching it – Tuesday, the fourth anniversary of military rule.
BANGKOK — In a suburb in northern Bangkok, a man lives alone. It’s a large house, and he has suddenly found himself in it after seven years in a prison teeming with criminals.
BANGKOK — Twenty-two hours and 30 minutes passed from the moment pro-election activists converged on Thammasat University and its leaders surrendered to police.
BANGKOK — Thammasat University said Wednesday it would reject a police request to press charges against protesters for “minor” property damage.