Pipebombs were found in truck driven from town along the border with Malaysia, authorities said.
The fund would help Thailand, Myanmar, Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia become more self-sufficient, officials say.
Roger Thomas Clark was key figure in Silk Road, an online black market, U.S. says.
Security expert says the decision may inflame tensions in the restive region.
Free speech is under attack in Southeast Asia, rights activists say in Bangkok.
Five victims of one shooting were killed at a cockfighting pen in Yala province, police say.
Vice chairman of Pattani Islamic Committee was injured in another shooting incident, police said.
Thai officials accuse suspect of spreading false information online that may undermine national security and cause panic in Thailand.
Foreign companies remove gold and lead before discarding leftovers containing toxic substances.
State Department points to troubling developments across the region.
A sixth suspect was taken into custody on charges related to street protests in 2013 and 2014.
In defiance of bail conditions, demonstrators vow to protest until election date is set.
Thai retailers worry that Chinese commercial blitz could cut into their business.
Police turned back about 300 who sought to march to prime minister's office.
Three civilians suffered shrapnel injuries when 16 bombs exploded in four provinces.
Elections have been postponed many times since the generals took over in May 2014.
Newspaper denies that Umesh Pandey was transferred to another job because of pressure from government.
An army commander tells Narathiwat villagers a new site will be chosen to resettle ex-insurgents.
Quadrupled trade flows among ASEAN countries causing growth in cross-border crimes, according to UNDOC.
Prosecutors filed six charges against Premchai Karnasuta and three others in a provincial court.
Army announces plan to provide materials to build 30 houses in insurgency-wracked Narathiwat province.
A woman died in blast at a noodle stall in a Pattani province night market.
Human Rights Watch demands end to “barbaric practices” and culture of impunity in prison facilities.
Investigators released Thai national after concluding he had no links with the Islamic State, Army spokesman says.
Buddhists for Peace chairman said he was surprised by Prime Minister Prayuth's announcement of the ceasefire location.
Anastasia Vashukevich will remain in jail to face charges that carry sentences of up to 17 years.
Defense volunteer who survived attack said he fired back at the assailants.
Newcomers discuss their visions as country prepares for elections in 2019.
About two tons of drugs seized, 11 suspects arrested in the past week, officials say.
Bus carrying 47 people burned in western Tak province, officials say.