Xayaburi dam, Laos’ first mainstream Mekong hydropower project, churns up trouble for Thai villagers.
Plaintiffs target power purchase agreement, saying impact is greater than predicted.
About 200 officers raided 10 locations after receiving a tip in January.
Loan dispute blamed for soldier killing 29 people, including his commander, last weekend.
Family of officer killed by Sgt. Maj. Jakrapanth Thomma challenges claim about shady loan.
"Thailand is like America, there are a lot of guns and freedom,” an analyst says after soldier's rampage in Nakhon Ratchasim.
Thirty died, including the gunman, who was shot dead after a 17-hour rampage in Korat.
Bangkok has launched direct negotiations with Barisan Revolusi Nasional, the main southern rebel group.
MARA Patani’s role in upcoming negotiations is unclear, Gen. Wanlop Rugsanaoh says.
Dreams of a good house are spoiled by crowded, poor living conditions, NGO official says.
Blast that ripped through the Erawan Shrine in Bangkok killed 20 people five years ago.
Spokesman cited lack of evidence linking four suspects to the killing of Porlajee Rakchongcharoen.
Previously, the government sent 100 back to China despite fears they would face harsh repression.
The Future Forward Party and its leader still face court action on a pre-election loan.
Chinese investment proposals more than tripled in value between 2018 and 2019, Thai officials say.
Farmers in Thai villages suffer economically from drought, vanishing fish.
Thai commander visits Aceh, where Deep South insurgents are hiding, a rebel and an analyst say.
Case is the first outside China, where dozens of people in Wuhan City have been infected.
Complaint accuses Future Forward Party of links with secretive European society.
Army Chief Gen. Apirat Kongsompong vows justice “without exemption” over the killings of three civilians.
Officials did not name the pair, citing an ongoing probe into the killings of three civilians by government forces.
Security Council resolution requires that all North Korean workers return home by Dec. 22.
Regional army chief orders probe into alleged killings of loggers in Narathiwat by government forces.
More jobs for locals could lead to less violence in the insurgency-stricken region, plant manager says.
Washington and Beijing are competing over the sea but that does mean conflict, Pacific Fleet commander says.
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.