But academic freedom is under threat at the nation’s campuses, Anusorn Unno warns.
A series of mobile calls could not prove that police stalked the victim, judges find.
Migrant workers Zaw Lin and Win Zaw Htun were convicted and sentenced to death on Dec. 24.
Amnesty International says court’s decision will have chilling effect on online free speech.
Two confessed insurgents admitted to training as RKK commandos at the school.
Daniel Russel also engages in bilateral strategic talks during trip to Bangkok.
Father: bomb went off just as we finished chanting the Quran.
Abdullayi Dorloh was found dead in his cell at an army base in the Deep South.
Former police Maj. Gen. Paween Pongsirin says he is looking for a safe place to live.
Ambassador Glyn T. Davies made the comments at the Foreign Correspondents’ Club of Thailand in November.
Thai police, meanwhile, confirm they were warned that Syrians linked with the group had entered the country.
IS videos made by the group’s media wing have appeared online with Thai subtitles.
The New York Times article delved into Thailand’s bleak state under the junta.
Some airborne lanterns have rigid frames and are powered by small metal gas tanks, a pilot says.
The two sides deny that they agreed to establish “safe zones” in Narathiwat province.
Bangkok forcibly repatriated Dong Guangping and Jiang Yefei, despite their refugee status.
Thai junta has nothing serious to offer southern insurgent groups, one analyst says.
Thailand ranks 134th on the 2015 World Press Freedom Index.
Sixty-two other suspects are still at-large.
Paween Pongsirin quits, citing fears for his life in being transferred to Deep South.
Fortune teller Suriyan Sucharitpholwong allegedly extorted money by exploiting ties to crown prince.
Thai cabinet passes law to regulate the country’s lucrative fishing trade.
Eleventh anniversary of an infamous incident that inflamed the southern insurgency falls on Sunday.
Negotiations will go on, says a spokesman for a consortium of Deep South rebel groups.
Formal negotiations will happen despite criticism from a hardline rebel faction, Lt. Gen. Nakrob Boonbuathong says.
Award-winning journalist describes work covering royal defamation cases.
Thailand is weighing whether to control internet content through one entry point.
Out of desperation and hardship, some have taken their own lives.
Mutita Chuachang of Prachatai is named the recipient of AFP’s 2015 Kate Webb Prize.
Riders gave talks in the evening to help convey “the real truth” about the Deep South, organizers said.