Attacks occurred a day after U.S. diplomat expressed hope for successful peace talks.
PM Prayuth Chan-o-cha will express commitment to supporting China’s massive infrastructure initiative, spokesman says.
Court says former abbot Kitti Patcharakun embezzled temple funds.
Piyabutr Saengkanokkul describe charges as “politically motivated.”
Sending observers was standard procedure, officials say.
Foreign officials showed up at Bangkok police station as Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit responded to a sedition summons.
Residents condemn killings believed to have been carried out by insurgents.
Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit, the leader of the Future Forward Party, says summons is politically motivated.
Smog blamed on “man-made fires along with other causes” has blanketed the north.
Thailand's Election Commission has released figures for 100 percent of votes cast in the March 24 general election.
Barisan Revolusi Nasional is a “bulwark” against the IS brand of extremism, as one observer sees it.
Pro-military Palang Pracharat negotiating with “ideological allies” to form a government
Deposed former PM’s party and a pro-junta party take steps to lead the government.
The local Prachachart Party wins six parliamentary seats, unofficial results show.
But the party backing the junta chief won fewer seats outright than Thaksin Shinawatra’s Pheu Thai party.
Election commission plans to release updated results.
Party leaders woo voters for first general polls since 2014 military coup.
Bach Hong Quyen has U.N. refugee status but lives in hiding and says he fears for his family’s safety.
Officials dismiss reports of pending extradition request for former prime minister.
Court finds Premchai Karnasuta not guilty of possessing carcass of black panther.
Nearly 87 percent of those who registered went to the polls on Sunday, election commission reports.
Meanwhile, army chief visits Deep South to advise troops to prepare for upcoming general election.
Some candidates on the campaign trail promote “decentralization” as a way to peace.
Investigators are trying to determine if one group is responsible, officials say.
“We are equal in politics,” said one woman who is running for a parliamentary seat.
Nomination of a princess as prime ministerial candidate led to the party’s downfall.
New law gives state agencies broad powers, including access to people’s personal information without a court order.
Among the victims, two police officers are abducted and shot dead at close range.
Other legal actions involving Thai Raksa Chart party and Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit delayed.
Prayuth Chan-o-cha, Sudarat Keyuraphan, Abhisit Vejjajiva and Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit are leading potential contenders, analysts say.