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.”
Government will extend work permits for two years for 11,000 foreigners.
Shooting occurs a day after gunmen torched offices and vehicles elsewhere in the insurgency-stricken region.
Amid a recent spate of violence, authorities said they disrupted rebel plots targeting Eid-ul-Adha celebrations.
Anastasia Vashukevich faces charges of prostitution and conspiracy to form a crime syndicate.
Seven boys between the ages of 12 and 16 helped identify sex customers, commander says.
The 11-year-old and her family are receiving government help, Narathiwat governor tells BenarNews.
Court finds Wirapol Sukphol guilty of fraud, money laundering and computer crimes.
Soccer team’s cave ordeal exposed presence of almost half a million stateless people in the kingdom ruled by military junta.
Maitree 2018 will include sessions focusing on combatting terrorism and insurgencies.
Recent images posted on social media show fugitive former leader in London.
Six suspects arrested recently were allegedly trying to smuggle drugs into neighboring Malaysia.
More than 600 of these expats plan to return to their homes in Thailand’s Deep South.
“Wild Boars” soccer players, coach leave hospital, talk about their “miraculous” rescue.
Footage from Navy SEALs indicates soccer players were sedated; officials warn boys still face health risks.
Nation, overwhelmed by massive global response and dramatic rescue, celebrate good news.
More than half of the trapped “Wild Boars” are out of the flooded cave complex, officials say.
Flooding trapped soccer team underground in Chiang Rai province since June 23.
Retired Navy SEAL fell unconscious inside flooded Tham Luang cave complex.
Human rights, Buddhist groups condemn attacks that violate 1997 ban.
Focus for now is keeping boys safe and building their strength, Navy SEALs commander says.
Youth soccer team was missing for nine days in the Tham Luang cave.
No sign yet of the children, but rain has subsided and search is making headway.
Prayuth Chan-o-cha traveled to Chiang Rai on sixth day of search effort for soccer team.
No communication from 12 children, coach since June 23, rescuers say.
Southeast Asian neighbors switch places in state department’s annual rankings.