Thailand and a rebel panel are going into 2017 without agreeing on “safety zones.”
Dissenters hacked almost 30 government sites following approval of amended cyber law.
Officials said government would give free medical care and other services to undocumented Thai families.
Human Rights Watch, Committee to Protect Journalists speak out against changes to Thai computer law.
Women plead to the media to tell their stories.
Thai officials say they are aware rebel negotiators can’t control combatants.
NSB arrests seven suspected of trying to smuggle crystal methamphetamine, reportedly destined for Malaysia.
Close to half of Thailand’s voters are rice farmers.
Twenty-nine have been killed and 67 injured in attacks since early September.
The prestigious news organization has drawn scrutiny for a profile of King Maha Vajiralongkorn.
Student activist arrested after posting BBC Thai profile of King Maha Vajiralongkorn on Facebook.
King Rama X formally takes the throne 50 days after the death of his father.
Suspects were held at army camp before being transferred to police custody.
Next step is for Crown Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn to accept an invitation to ascend to the throne, officials said.
Patani people are more interested in normalcy and opportunity, negotiator says.
Safie Basoe (alias Spae-ing Basoh) now heads the governing council of Barisan Revolusi Nasional.
Sakariya Waegaji says he was starving and knew that officials were looking for him.
Two interpreters from the Chinese embassy will translate courtroom proceedings.
The women are helping Malaysian authorities investigate two suspected human traffickers from Thailand.
Andy Hall was sentenced in September to three years in prison for defaming a fruit company.
However, Andy Hall still faces imprisonment after being convicted in a separate complaint.
A soldier and two security guards are dead.
Four people died in multiple blasts in seven southern provinces on Aug. 11-12.
Two have died in Deep South since Thai negotiators appealed for a year of non-violence.
President Rogrigo Duterte walks back “separation” announcement.
Families were allowed to visit five men arrested in Bangkok, national human rights commissioner says.
Oct. 25 marks anniversary of the infamous Tak Bai incident.
Prime minister assures Thai people that government will function properly.
Meanwhile, three people have been arrested for allegedly defaming the monarchy since King Bhumibol died.
Crown Prince Vajiralongkorn presides over the first funereal ritual for his father.