(25 March) Chiang Rai provincial court has found 5 Redshirts activists not guilty of charges under the Emergency Decree enacted during the 2010 political unrest.
(3 March) The Democrat Party says it will file for a dissolution of Pheu Thai Party as a punishment for its alleged separatist movements.
BANGKOK — Leaders of the ultra-conservative movement that sought to topple the former government will run for office after the new constitution is enacted, one of the movement's core leaders said in an interview.
BANGKOK — Thailand is “fully prepared” to defend its record and obligations on human rights next week when they are discussed in Geneva before the United Nations, a government official said Wednesday.
BANGKOK — To each other, they are strangers in a strange land. Some are from the east, some from the south. Some have lived here for decades; others are just passing through.
CHIANG MAI — Activists in Chiang Mai pledged fresh opposition Monday to forest homes built for court officials on Doi Suthep after one suggested they build first and ask questions later.
BERLIN — A civil rights group is asking German authorities to issue an arrest warrant for the recently appointed deputy director of the CIA over claims she oversaw the torture of terrorism suspects 15 years ago.
BANGKOK — A high-profile police operation to arrest an influential monk implicated in a massive embezzlement scheme came to a farcical end Thursday when...
(21 February) A Redshirt leader has demanded that the Bank of Agriculture and Agricultural Co-Operatives clarify its stance regarding an incident in which Redshirts supporters were told off by its bank staff.
BANGKOK — A court in Bangkok has ruled that the previous government was authorized to censor a Yellowshirt-affiliated television show that accused Redshirts of plotting to overthrow the Thai monarchy.