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.
Since Ramadan began in late May, 14 people have died and 11 suffered injuries in bomb, gun attacks.
Human Rights Watch says sentence could further stifle free speech in Thailand.
A registration request was filed last year in northeastern Khon Kaen province following construction.
The Natural Fruit Co. had sued Andy Hall over a TV interview in Myanmar.
Teen and five others were allegedly hired for 200 baht (U.S. $5.80) to burn portrait of Thailand’s late king.
Investigators check for trace DNA on planter where pipe bomb was hidden in military hospital.
Bangkok attack not necessarily linked to anniversary of military coup, officials say.
Activists lament a "snuffing out of freedoms" as military government "fixes the nation’s problems."
Professor Pavin Chachavalpongpun can’t return to Thailand and Thais back home are banned from contacting him.
Official expects Facebook to comply with court orders to remove more than 130 posts deemed as insulting monarchy.
Announcement follows reports that nine traffickers were killed in shootout with Thai soldiers near Myanmar.
Barisan Revolusi Nasional rebels carried out attack, BRN sympathizer tells BenarNews.
Officials say it’s too early to identify perpetrators.
The attack took place along the Golok River that forms part of the Thai-Malaysia border.
A bronze plaque memorializing the beginnings of Thai democracy has been mysteriously replaced.
Following debate, parliamentary committee drops section setting prison terms, fines for unlicensed reporters.
Rebels are suspected in roadside attack in Narathiwat province, officials say.
The royal cremation will be the centerpiece of a five-day state funeral.
13 attacks occur simultaneously in Pattani, Narathiwat and Songkhla provinces.
Xaysana Keopimpha has been linked to celebrities, relatives of ex-Laos PM.
Two Thai academics, British journalist are named in the announcement.
Prime minister says government will not hold direct talks with rebels.
“BRN is dismissing MARA Patani as irrelevant,” observes one commentator.
Twenty-three small bomb blasts, fires take place hours after Thailand’s king endorsed a new, military-backed constitution.
Charter allows military to appoint all members of senate who would help pick new PM.
Device went off as a sanitation worker emptied a trash bin, police said.
Police chief says incident was planned, pointing to April attacks in previous years.
The constitution guarantees elections, but these will not happen until 2018 at the earliest, officials said.