1 hr ago | Bangkok Post
Thailand has conceded to issues raised by a UN special rapporteur as alleged malpractice regarding freedom of expression and migrant labour, and to the fatal harassment of human rights defenders.
1 hr ago | Bangkok Post
Red-shirt supporters of former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra from various northeastern provinces have begun converging on Thung Srimuang open ground in Muang district of Udon Thani province for a "bring Thaksin home" rally, reports said.
3 hrs ago | Bangkok Post
Another suspect in the murder of the chief administrator of the Khon Kaen provincial administration organisation has been arrested, deputy police chief Pansiri Prapawat said on Friday.
4 hrs ago | Manila Bulletin
Four paramilitary rangers were killed and two others wounded in an ambush when suspected rebels detonated a bomb buried in a road in Thailand's insurgency-plagued south, local police said Friday.
The Royal Thai Navy took delivery of three new patrol boats to guard the coastline and provide security for the royal family.
Japanese investors are keen to invest in Thailand's high-speed train project, a flagship scheme of the Yingluck Shinawatra government, the prime minister's secretary-general Suranand Vejjajiva says.
Thai authorities have arrested an Italian man and a French woman who are both wanted on fraud charges in their respective countries.
Thailand's delegates to the World Heritage Committee meeting in June will oppose any discussion on the Preah Vihear temple, the government says.
The Department of Foreign Trade will host the Thailand Rice Convention 2013 in Chiang Mai to promote the country as a major rice exporter.
A lady boy was arrested just as he was undergoing surgery for a sex-change on Thursday and charged with stealing 300,000 baht from a Kuwaiti man to pay for the operation.
Davika Hoorne and Mario Maurer in 'Pee Mak Phrakanong' showing across Phuket. Their love is greater than war and death.
Paitoon Kruain, 32, who operated an illegal taxi picking up tourists at Phuket International Airport, has been charged with sexual assault and is now being held at Phuket Prison.
BANGKOK: Thailand, the world's biggest rubber producer and exporter, will not extend restrictions on exporting the commodity when the measure expires on May 31, a government official said on Thursday, adding that the curbs had little impact on prices.
A policeman marks the arm of an underage Burmese illegal migrant worker awaiting deportation in Ranong province, south of Bangkok.
Business leaders yesterday demanded compensation from authorities for firms affected by Tuesday's massive power outage, while the Energy Ministry ordered a review of the emergency decision-making process.
The Democrat Party has called on Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra to clarify her stance on the reconciliation and amnesty bills.
A massive power blackout hit 14 southern provinces Tuesday night after a transmission failure in Prachuap Khiri Khan cut off supply from the Central Region.