US and Thai marines slurp snake blood and eat scorpions in a jungle survival programme as part of the annual Cobra games.
A portrait of a prominent critic of the Thai monarchy was sold for $6,745.
Fugitive former Thai Prime Minister in Hong Kong calls for party unity ahead of an approaching general election.
National Military Police raided two locations running Voice over Internet Protocol scams.
Horror stories about Cambodian men being used as slave labour on Thai fishing boats.
Two Cambodians and a Thai national were arrested by Thai soldiers on Tuesday night for illegal logging and transporting rosewood over the border to Cambodia’s Oddar Meanchey province.
With the signature red tie, brown blazer, briefcase and teddy bear, a Thai computer technician has become a national sensation through his uncanny Mr Bean impersonations that are tickling a country that loves slapstick comedy.
Fifteen Cambodians, including six women, are arrested in Thailand after being accused of crossing into the country illegally.
Thai authorities have deported two Cambodians who were imprisoned last year over illegal logging.
A new MoU seeking to inject momentum into the local agarwood industry.
Wongsuwan is under growing pressure to explain his penchant for luxury watches.
Thai Inthanin cafes, is planning to open its first outlet in the kingdom this year.
Thai policemen and official are under investigation for receiving free services from a Bangkok massage parlour.
Global Purify Power, a joint venture behind $400 million worth of solar powered projects, start groundbreaking in Kampong Speu.
Bugs are creeping onto the menu of some of Bangkok’s high-end restaurants as the capital’s gourmands leap on the latest global food trend with a sustainable agenda.
A British journalist appears in a Thai court for the start of a criminal defamation trial.
Around 160,000 hectares of rice plantation is destroyed by recent floods.
The Foreign Affairs Ministry and Cambodian embassy are repatriating 18 migrant workers.
A Thai man was sentenced to 20 years in prison for uploading audio clips that insulted royal family members.
A local firm to partner with a Thai manufacturer to bring the latest self-service vending machines to Cambodia.
Thai and Myanmar nationals were arrested in 2015 following the discovery of graves in jungle camps used by traffickers to hold migrants near the Thailand-Malaysia border.
Camcontrol warned about health risks of counterfeit or expired goods after raids.