BANGKOK — Junta chairman Prayuth Chan-ocha said Monday he doesn’t know when the rest of the youth football team trapped inside a Chiang Rai cave will be rescued.
Because of the short-lived mutiny in June 1951, the navy – once a proud rival of the army – was disarmed and sidelined in the halls of power.
A top junta official disputed characterizations of the junta leader in a profile featured on the cover of an edition of Time magazine one sale throughout Asia – but not Thailand.
A beacon of Thailand’s democratic flowering has taken on new meaning in the fifth year of military rule.
BANGKOK — A candlelit vigil marking the birth of Thailand’s democracy in 1932 won’t be staged this year, an activist confirmed Thursday.
BANGKOK — A Pheu Thai official today disputed a media report a potential party successor threatened to quit if the throne slips from her grasp.
BANGKOK — Pro-democracy activists said Tuesday they will deliver letters of protest to the British and French embassies over their decision to welcome the junta leader on state visits to their countries this week.
BANGKOK — Death penalty opponents were caught by surprise by Thailand’s first execution in nine years Monday night while officials are offering no explanation.
BANGKOK — A tiny room is bedroom, living room, kitchen and storage combined. At the end of a stained bedsheet, an old CRT television...
BANGKOK — Democrat Party leader Abhisit Vejjajiva said Thursday the leaders of the ruling junta should now reveal their ambitions for political office after the promised elections are held.