The Ministry of Digital Economy and Society on Thursday asked technology crime suppression police to prosecute major social media providers for failing to remove all illegal posts they were warned about.
Palang Pracharath Party MP Sira Jenjaka on Monday filed a complaint with police against three MPs, including Thai Civilized Party leader Mongkolkit Suksintharanon, who were spotted flashing the three-finger salute at Saturday’s anti-government rally.
The boldest show of defiance in a youth-led movement questioning monarchy’s role.
The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) will spend 150 million baht to develop a new 15km canal network in Thon Buri as part of an initiative to revive tourism in Bangkok.
Police quarantine 28 migrant workers who were detained and deported from Thailand.
Prayut Chan-o-cha on Tuesday insisted Facebook must abide by Thai law.
Cambodia-Thailand’s tourism joint working group discuss finding solutions and taking urgent measures to restore the industry.
Eight people are injured, two seriously, and several boats are sunk.
Thailand’s ban on international commercial flights will remain in force, CAAT says.
The airline industry was simply overwhelmed by the Coronavirus crisis and brought to the brink of collapse. In many cases, governments had to step in, as in Germany with Lufthansa.
Airlines operate in Thailand require travellers to/from China to test negative of C-19.
She died in a shooting that took place in a gambling den in Bangkok.
Chiang Mai and Loei provinces took a pounding from storm Sinlaku as it moved into Thailand, with heavy rain and flash-flood warnings still in force until at least Tuesday.
Thailand reports six new cases of coronavirus disease, all of whom are quarantined.
Thailand’s CCSA approves the extension of the emergency decree for another month until August 31.
Four new cases were among arrivals from Egypt and one each from Germany and US.
Five select groups of foreigners and migrant workers are expected to be allowed.
Thailand’s CCSA unveils new measures to regulate the return of migrant workers.
Thailand announces 4 cases of COVID-19 among returnees from UAE, Egypt and US.
The Thai Labour Ministry has resumed services nationwide by adopting social-distancing measures in order to complete the legalisation process for migrant labourers who registered online by March 30.
Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has ordered Thai authorities to review privileges given to foreign diplomats and family members, and military delegations after an Egyptian soldier and the daughter of a Sudanese attache who tested positive were exempted from quarantine.
The Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) has been taking urgent measures after an Egyptian soldier confirmed to be infected with COVID-19 was found to have visited shopping malls in Rayong province.
Thailand on Monday recorded three new confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus, including one foreigner, and no new fatalities, authorities said.
A majority of people are still opposed to opening the country to foreigners amid C-19.
Fire gutted a teak pavilion at historical Wat Chang Thong, built in the Ayutthaya period, on Wednesday night. Damage was estimated at 20 million baht ($641,416).
United States army chief-of-staff General James McConville arrived in Thailand on Thursday for a two-day visit, and he and his delegation were tested for coronavirus disease.
Travel bubbles are likely to be delayed after several countries eyed for the scheme have seen a resurgence of COVID-19 cases, according to the Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand (CAAT).
Thai police on Tuesday announced the seizure of millions of ya ba pills and more than two tonnes of marijuana, among other types of drugs, in three major anti-drug busts last week.
No new cases of coronavirus were reported in Thailand over the previous 24 hours.
The Royal Thai Police is forming a special task force to track down tourists infected with COVID-19.