BANGKOK — The Interior Ministry’s announcement it may seek answers from the public to four controversial political questions recently posed by junta leader Gen. Prayuth Chan-ocha was met with skepticism Tuesday.
BANGKOK - The Supreme Administrative Court has ruled that Bangkok's skytrain system must install more elevators and other equipment to assist disabled passengers.
BANGKOK — Former politician Suthep Thaugsuban filed a legal complaint today that pushed back the trial over his authorisation of the military crackdown on Redshirt protesters in 2010.
BANGKOK — Two pro-democracy activists were briefly detained without charge by police Monday morning, apparently to bar them from disturbing a holiday event at the home of the junta’s scandal-tainted second-in-command.
(28 March) Daughter of the elderly man paralysed by the pre-election violence last month has publicly called on the national human rights body to assist their family.
BANGKOK — The Office of Attorney-General has postponed its decision on whether to pursue charges of corruption against former Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra in court, citing an incomplete investigation.
BANGKOK — Former Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra has been impeached by the National Legislative Assembly (NLA), a body whose members were handpicked by the Thai military junta after the 22 May 2014 coup that ousted Yingluck’s elected government.
BANGKOK — A man offering “free hugs” to comfort mourners was forced to apologize after an image of a woman doing the same exploded over social media during the past two days, inviting the military regime Tuesday to condemn it as inappropriate.
BANGKOK — A prominent member of the recently-formed National Reform Council (NRC) says the reform process will benefit all Thais, except those like former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra “who abuse their power.”
BANGKOK — Thailand's Minister of Justice said he has asked the French ambassador to help extradite Thais charged with insulting the monarchy, a crime punishable by up to 15 years in prison.