Thailand Extends Visas for Migrant Workers until July 31
About 1 million people have been stranded in Thailand since COVID-19 stalled the economy.
Thai Government Promises Transparency in $58B COVID-19 Package
Senate passes stimulus package approved by the lower House on Sunday to assist millions of people.
Muslims Prepare for Eid al-Fitr in the Age of COVID-19
Social distancing, mask requirements will lead to toned-down celebrations, smaller crowds.
Thais Remember Deadly 2010 Crackdown in Bangkok
More than 90 people were killed as protesters called on then-Prime Minister Abhisit to dissolve parliament.
Southeast Asia Beset by Flood of Cheap Methamphetamines, Synthetic Opioids: UN Report
Data show the variety and volume of synthetic drugs have increased in the region’s thriving illegal drugs business.
Laos Moves Forward Plans to Build Seventh Large-Scale Mekong River Dam
The proposed Sanakham Dam would be located very close to the border with northeastern Thailand.
Thailand: Family, Rights Group Seek Justice for Deadly 2010 Crackdown
Victim’s mother blames the military government for delaying an investigation for the last decade.
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