Thai protesters prepare to march to demand a general election by November.
Thai police declare Bangkok’s Government House and surrounding streets a no-go zone.
Worawi Makudi saw his ban from the sport slightly reduced to three and half years.
A Thai anti-government movement vows to resume its protests.
Thai boxer Wanheng Menayothin clinched his 50th straight victory on Wednesday.
A high-profile Thai activist in jail vows to keep pressing his call for democracy.
Officials meet to accelerate the legal ID process of Cambodian workers in Thailand.
Woranuch Wongsawan, a popular Thai soap opera actress also known as Nune attended the opening of Inthanin, a Thai chain of cafes, in BKK1.
Sam Serey, president of the KNLF is arrested by Thai authorities while applying for a visa extension.
About 30 taxi drivers block a border gate in response to Thai authorities stopping them from transporting their passengers.
Thai Prime Minister General Prayuth Chan-ocha promised to hold a general election ‘no later’ than February 2019.
A Defence Ministry spokesperson disputed reports claimed a Thai arrested was smuggling weapons from Cambodia.
The Defence Ministry denies that weapons seized from a Thai were from Cambodia.
Boon Vasin’s latest $500 million venture is a bet on a market he knows well.
Since the 1932 revolution overthrew Thailand’s absolute monarchy, the Thai military has been as much a political actor as an instrument of policy.
Thai authorities seize a massive meth haul worth $38 million near the Laotian border.
International NGOs declare support to Cambodian communities against a sugar giant.
A boat carrying Rohingya refugees trying to reach Malaysia stopped on a Thai island.
Visa-free for workers in Thailand in New Year.
Siem Reap Court charges a Thai over the smuggling of 1.6 kilos of cocaine from Peru.
Siem Reap provincial police arrest a female Thai citizen at Siem Reap International Airport for alleged drug trafficking.
Six men are sentenced to death for the massacre of a Thai village headman.
A Thai national went on trial on Friday at Phnom Penh Municipal Court over the transport of meth from Laos.
Training group for construction workers through a series of programmes.
The junta has promised and postponed elections several times since its 2014 coup.
Thai police arrest a group of 10 Russians who were running a sex training class.
RCG Group, the local partner of Thai cafe chain Inthanin Coffee, announces its plans to open 100 cafes in the kingdom.
A business matching event between Cambodian and Thai companies held yesterday.
Kuala Lumpur is in talks with Thailand over the fate of 11 Uighur Muslims held.
Phnom Penh Municipal Court charged 29 suspects including 25 Thais and four Taiwanese nationals with fraud.