Lawyer drops complaint against Ian Rance and journalist Jonathan Head linked to 2015 story.
Lawyer filed criminal complaint against Jonathan Head over land-fraud story.
Preliminary review found irregularities in the multi-million dollar projects.
Deep South gun battle occurred after men allegedly stole trucks to rig with bombs.
Activist, 25, was first person charged with Lese-Majeste under new monarch.
Advocacy groups, meanwhile, criticize sedition charges against journalist, former ministers.
Bilateral trade with Pyongyang has plunged, Thai foreign minister says.
Hundreds of online pages deemed to violate local laws must be taken down, government says.
Court rules for Somchai Wongsawat, Chavalit Yongchaiyudh and two others because demonstration was not peaceful.
Witnesses said 10 men abducted Ko Tee from his house in Vientiane.
Yingluck Shinawatra makes final statement in court ahead of Aug. 25 verdict.
Ko Tee fled to neighboring country after being summoned for “attitude adjustment.”
King Maha Vajiralongkorn (Rama X) did not appear at any ceremony or release a statement.
If convicted, Yingluck Shinawatra faces up to 10 years in jail and up to $1 billion in fines.
Officials: AlphaBay had more than 350,000 listings for illegal drugs, firearms and stolen documents.
Sixty-two defendants are convicted of charges related to people smuggling, and 40 others are acquitted
Previously, the government’s finance minister oversaw the bureau
A district in the Deep South is to be picked as the location for a limited ceasefire.
Court action occurs amid a crackdown on illegal migrant laborers.
Filippo Grandi expresses concern for thousands of Burmese people in Thailand who want to go home.
Crackdown on drugs has disrupted cash flow to cartels, Thai authorities say.
Foreign workers could face five years in prison and a fine for entering the country illegally.
Action is tied to new Thai law imposing jail terms and fines on illegal workers.
Sale, prime minister’s planned visit to Washington could lead to resumption of weapons deals.
Thailand might ask Malaysia for help in including “all parties” in two-year-old process, official says.
But deputy prime minister had said future governments that defy it could be disbanded.
Friday blast adds to Ramadan violence that has seen 25 killed and at least 40 injured.
Officials recommend collaborative efforts; Amnesty International seeks protection, legal status for refugees.
At least 25 people killed, 26 injured in insurgent attacks since May 27, the start of Ramadan.
More than 20 people were injured by blast on third anniversary of military coup.