CHIANG MAI — The lights are on, and somebody is home.
BANGKOK — The admin of one of the largest anti-junta Facebook pages has been charged with cybercrimes for spreading “false” information that defamed junta chairman Gen. Prayuth Chan-ocha, police said Tuesday.
BANGKOK — Army chief and junta secretary-general Gen. Chalermchai Sitthisad is on a five-day official visit to China starting Monday.
BANGKOK — Junta-appointed lawmakers will decide Thursday whether future civilian leaders should face criminal prosecution for not following plans left in place by the military government for the next 20 years.
BANGKOK — More than three quarters of the bills made into law by junta-appointed legislators have been passed without a single vote of opposition, according to a legal reform advocacy group.
NARATHIWAT — Four villagers were shot dead in Thailand's south in another case of violence in the insurgency-wracked region, police said.
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 — Prime Minister Gen. Prayuth Chan-ocha’s Thursday plea for the position of prime minister to be spared from insult went unheeded on social media, where it was swiftly met with more mockery and insult.
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 — A top junta figure is mulling legal action against a transparency activist who accused the government of illegally planning to acquire an expensive satellite network to spy on its citizens.