The regulation raising the age to wed from 15 to 17 is to take effect Friday.
Prime minister announced the change to prepare for national election in February.
Hakeem AlAraibi’s lawyer says Bangkok prosecutors are reviewing his extradition papers.
Prime Minister invited 100 political groups to discuss preparing for a vote in February.
Right groups express fears for Hakeem AlAraibi, who claims he was tortured in 2012.
Udomchai Thammasarorat says he wants to deal with “all dissident groups and MARA Patani.”
Thai defense minister sends out appeal during Bangkok visit by Malaysian counterpart.
A recent episode of the American drama caused a stir in junta-ruled Thailand.
Proposals include safety gear for boxers under 16, and a ban on boxers 12 and younger competing professionally.
Twelve officers were wounded at a checkpoint in Yala province, officials said.
Groups work to send dissident Yang Chong and his wife to a new country.
Official election results will be announced no later than April 24, Wissanu Krea-ngam says.
More than 200 dead people remain unidentified on three islands, advocates say.
Music video by Rap Against Dictatorship has been viewed millions of times on YouTube.
Thailand’s Udomchai Thammasarorat holds first meeting with Malaysian peace broker Abdul Rahim Noor.
Malaysia’s Mahathir Mohamad makes first visit to Thailand since taking over again as prime minister.
Gen. Apirat Kongsompong visits region as Bangkok prepares to host first state visit by Malaysia’s prime minister.
A Bangkok court finds an army colonel and a navy captain guilty of human trafficking.
Gen. Apirat Kongsompong declines to rule out possibility of future military intervention.
Udomchai Thammasarorat is the new Thai delegation head, prime minister confirms.
Government, Muslim leaders try to dispel fears that vaccines go against Islamic law.
Fortify Rights releases study about villages that were targeted because residents opposed a gold mine.
Lt. Gen. Pornsak Poonsawas tells reporters he will raid thousands of places where drug use is spreading.
Defense lawyer says he will appeal as defendants claim they were tortured to confess.
Wu Yuhua and Yang Chong still face trial for violating immigration law.
Political asylum seekers Wu Yuhua and husband Yang Chong had been seeking bail as part of effort to avoid return to China.
Analysts criticize Thailand’s junta for ordering crackdown against the little-known Organization for Thai Federation movement.
Laws set May deadline for polls, while PM reiterates plan to hold vote in February.
Thai Federal Group is fomenting a rebellion to end the monarchy, government alleges.
Human Rights Watch urges Thai authorities to drop what it called “bogus charges.”