Meanwhile, Soldiers escape bomb attack in the nearby district of Ra-ngae, authorities say.
Shutting down Thai Raksa Chart would create an uphill battle for the junta’s rivals, analysts say.
Voice TV CEO calls junta’s action discriminatory, threatens lawsuit.
Annual training exercise includes live-fire training along with humanitarian projects.
Local rights group warns Cambodians, especially those of the Muslim faith, to be cautious about traveling to Thailand’s southern provinces.
Hakeem AlAraibi went to a Bangkok airport to return to Australia after 76 days in custody.
Princess Ubolratana’s move to participate in March elections threatened to reshape nation’s political landscape.
The group, including three boys, was rounded up from two schools on suspicion of insurgent-related activity.
Radio Free Asia contributor ‘arrested’ during a visit to a mall on the outskirts of Bangkok, sources say.
Yang Chong and Wu Yuhua claim Chinese police targeted them for attending demonstrations in 2013.
Court gives Hakeem AlAraibi 60 days to file challenge as he seeks to return to Australia.
Two others get 14 years; defense attorney says he will file an appeal.
Spokesperson dispels claims that decision was linked to a “government request."
Government is acting on request to extradite Hakeem AlAraibi who fears torture in Bahrain.
Officials are examining security camera footage to identify those responsible for the attack.
Bodies of two men recovered from Mekong River were identified by DNA.
ASEAN lawmakers call on junta to withdraw free speech restrictions ahead of the vote.
But more needs to be done to keep refugee and migrant families together, advocates say.
At least two monks die, two others injured in attack on a monastery in Narathiwat.
Anastasia Vashukevich and her fellow defendants pleaded guilty to soliciting prostitution, among other charges.
Udomchai Thammasarorat says he is open to talks with all stakeholders on unofficial or one-to-one basis.
Canada confirms it has granted asylum to refugee Rahaf al-Qunun, who grabbed world attention during an airport standoff.
But a critic of strongman PM Hun Sen say such a move is conceivable given his ties to her family.
The attackers wore military-style uniforms, authorities say.
Ministry has stopped activities to ready the country for its first election under the junta.
A European “yellow card” warning against Thailand had been in place since April 2015.
Young woman who says she is fleeing an abusive family is protected by Thai law, immigration chief says.
“My family will kill me,” says Rahaf Mohammed al-Qunun, 18.
But hardcore BRN rebel leaders were no-shows at two recent meetings in Malaysia, facilitator concedes.
Celebration should not affect plans to hold election on Feb. 24, prime minister says.