Additional money is needed for technical changes to accommodate a faster model of train, the Thai government says
The digital minister says Facebook, Instagram and Twitter failed to remove improper URLs.
Investigators say they are considering filing royal defamation charges against organizers of massive weekend rally.
Delivery of letter caps two-day rally demanding parliament be dissolved and power of the monarchy reduced.
Crowd appears to be among largest since protests prior to the 2014 military coup.
Police plan to deploy 10,000 officers as organizers expect as many as 100,000 demonstrators.
The top U.S. diplomat said the new US-Mekong partnership will help strengthen water security in the region.
Universities must be prepared to “take responsibility” for potential violence by “instigators,” senator says.
The Thai PM endorsed the overland option this week, in a blow to canal proponents.
Organizers say as many as 100,000 people could attend the Sept. 19 anti-government rally.
Since mid-July, the country’s youth also have protested the harassment of dissidents and critics of the monarchy.
Facebook says it is planning legal action against the move.
Thai spokesman says protocol for Beijing to deliver information to five nations has not been established.
Government aims to stop students from joining anti-government rallies by creating a climate of fear, one analyst says.
Anon Numpa’s latest arrest is linked to a demonstration where he called for reform of the monarchy, according to his lawyer.
Detentions come two days after the Malaysian coast guard killed a Vietnamese fisherman during a confrontation.
Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-o-cha, meanwhile, said the ongoing demonstrations were hurting the nation.
Security forces were searching in Pattani province for those responsible for a pair of deadly bombings on Thursday.
Parit Chiwarak (a.k.a. the “Penguin) was arrested on charges tied to a July 18 rally but did not ask for bail.
Insurgents target security details escorting students, teachers to campus on first day of school, officials say.
Pair who were arrested on Aug. 7 speak out again for reform of the government, monarchy.
Water levels hit record lows for a second year in a row.
At least 28 more activists could be arrested in connection with protests, a legal aid group says.
About 200 students and others demanded the government change laws affecting the monarchy in a rally on Monday.
The decision came after nine Thai soldiers tested positive for COVID-19 following exercises in Hawaii.
Virus was detected in at least six soldiers after they trained with American troops in Hawaii.
The Kayan women lost their jobs selling crafts with the collapse of Thailand’s tourism sector.
Thousands rallied in Bangkok and Chiang Mai province to call for the legislature to be dissolved.
Frustrations have been accumulating for a long time, analyst says.
Separatist rebels are suspected in bombings in Pattani that killed at least one person.