Police take 15 men into custody with alleged ties to insurgents in the Deep South.
But peace talks between the government and southern rebels yielded almost nothing.
Suspected insurgents waylaid bus and forced all aboard to get out before setting it ablaze.
Countries in region are committed to upholding U.N. Security Council resolutions, senior American diplomat says.
“This is good for us,” prime minister says.
Under the present set-up, most inmates cannot afford to post bail, fair justice advocates say.
Blast that injured 21 people occurred on third anniversary of military-led coup.
About 100 demonstrators sought to present a letter expressing their environmental concerns.
Malaysian police, meanwhile, capture Uyghur who escaped with others from Thai detention center on Monday.
Thai military’s supreme commander orders investigative committee to determine cause of death for Pakapong Tanyakan.
Insurgents claimed responsibility for attack in Yala province, officials say.
Some of the escapees could have crossed into Malaysia, officials say.
Navy commanders will meet to discuss regional security threats.
Thai reporter Pravit Rojanaphruk, who faces sedition charges at home, has won the 2017 International Press Freedom Award.
Police are trying to identify criminals among foreigners staying in the country, deputy PM says.
16-year-old victim of human trafficking spent three years in detention centers, Fortify Rights says.
International Crisis Group advises government to not be complacent in seeking southern peace.
Insurgents will mount attacks despite attempts to agree on safety zone, militant warns.
King Maha Vajiralongkorn presided over the ceremony honoring his father.
Grand ceremony will begin with mile-long processional on Thursday.
Unmanned aerial vehicles will be sent to help protect troops on roadside patrols, officials say.
Exploitation rising in Southeast Asia as pedophiles use ‘dark nets’ online.
Kelantan man killed in southern Thai ambush days after Malaysian officials tout new train service.
Nation prepares for grand cremation ceremony on Oct. 26.
“This is very clear,” prime minister says about plan to hold vote toward end of next year.
Deposed leader also will be charged with computer crimes, attorney general says.
Thailand's leader addresses U.S. Chamber of Commerce after White House visit.
Two leaders talk about efforts to boost bilateral trade, combat terrorism.
“We won’t talk with these kinds of groups,” says Thai Gen. Aksara Kerdpol.
Her in absentia conviction was widely expected; lawyers unsure about next step.