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.
Embassy calls politician’s support for protesters “an irresponsible act.”
Aiproheng Malee was arrested in Cairo on Sept. 24 over images found on his cell phone.
Before pulling the trigger, Kanakorn Pianchana accused his superiors of trying to meddle with his verdict.
Complaint stems from comments made during a public forum that explored solutions to the southern insurgency.
The police Special Branch chief confirms his agency dropped the controversial directive.
Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-o-Cha confirms diplomatic negotiations with Egypt after Thai student’s arrest.
“He was wrongly accused,” Aiproheng Malee’s mother, Ya Malee, tells BenarNews.
Udomchai Thammasarorat has quit as the top negotiator in talks with southern rebels, Wanlop Rugsanaoh says.
Chiang Yung-hsin was indicted in January on charges of setting up a station without a permit for a San Francisco-based radio network founded by Falun Gong.
Thai defense ministry spokesman tells BenarNews he could not immediately provide details.
Police sent an order to universities to compile a list of Muslims’ names and activities.
Judge: “Defendants did not use foul language or attempt to instigate violence.”
Authorities order a lockdown after gunmen opened fire at a school building in nearby Yala province.
“The move is not violating anybody’s rights,” Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-o-cha says.
The last pontiff to visit Thailand was John Paul II in 1984.
Handover occurs during the same week that Thai Navy signed a warship deal with China.
China sent its deputy army commander to exercises hosted by Thailand and the United States.
Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-o-cha did not make it clear whether Cabinet member would be sacked.
Eight warships, four aircraft and more than 1,000 personnel from 11 nations took part.
Od Sayavong had called for political freedoms, human rights in the one-party communist state.
Officials call the agreement a “model project of ASEAN grid connectivity.”
Land-rights activist known as Billy disappeared a day before he was to testify against parks chief.
Fortify Rights director delivers report to the Bangkok Foreign Correspondents Club.
Defense plans to appeal to Thailand’s king to block execution of two men convicted of murdering British tourists.
Thai general: 120 American-made infantry carriers expected to be transferred by 2020.
Government “does not have a policy to use violence on suspected individuals” Prayuth Chan-o-cha says.
Abdullah Esomuso fell into a coma shortly after being taken to an army camp for interrogation.