Members allege Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit gave an illegal $6.3 million loan to Future Forward Party.
Bangkok expected to even out its arms purchases from Washington and Beijing, analyst says.
National Revolutionary Front (BRN) held back-channel meeting with Thai officials in Berlin, Malaysian source confirms.
Peace talk facilitators are reaching out to groups who influence fighters on the ground, Gen. Wanlop Rugsanaoh says.
In a referendum, villagers in Khon Kaen province overwhelmingly reject request to register mosque as place of worship.
In a highly symbolic gathering, the head of the Catholic Church meets with leaders of other religions.
The duo planned rebel ambushes that killed 15 people in Yala on Nov. 5, authorities say.
Catholic Church leader meets monarch, prime minister and Buddhist patriarch.
Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit violated election laws by not divesting holdings in a media company, Constitutional Court rules.
“It is the top honor” to perform in front of the pope, says choir director from Muslim school in Deep South.
Southeast Asian nations should push back against Beijing’s “coercion and intimidation,” U.S. Defense Secretary Mark Esper says.
Gunmen believed to be separatist rebels were behind the deadly attack, general says.
Remains of Porlajee Rakchongcharoen were recovered from in a reservoir inside Kaeng Krachan National Park.
Investigators have questioned seven other people but filed no charges against them.
Man arrested on suspicion of involvement in deadly attacks in Yala, official says.
Malaysia beefs up border security after suspected insurgents kill 15 people in Thailand’s far south.
Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-o-cha cites obligations by members of ASEAN to refrain from meddling in the affairs of neighbors.
“I saw one attacker getting shot, and his friends dragged him away,” a village resident tells BenarNews.
Attackers on motorcycles and on foot opened fire at two check points in Yala province.
Summit host Prayuth Chan-o-cha welcomed improving cooperation regarding the major shipping route.
Facility will not be used as a “tool to support the government,” Thailand’s minister for digital economy says.
Pair failed to stop at a checkpoint and fired at officers, provoking a shootout.
Judge also upheld sentences for another 87 defendants, but acquitted 14 others linked to mass graves.
Leader of Thai Civilized Party says security devices slated for ASEAN Summit are not accurate.
Group reached financial settlement six years ago for 85 who were killed and others injured.
A Thai-Chinese consortium will build railway connecting three airports.
Mu Sochua was forced to return to Kuala Lumpur.
Lawmakers discussed increasing the royal budget by 13 percent under a $106 billion spending plan.
House committee summons Gen. Apirat Kongsompong to clarify statements about communists.
Abdullah Esomuso’s widow and others ask lawmakers to help investigate events at army base in the Deep South.