Stories By Arglit Boonyai
110 Dec 2014 Wed
Thailand, which has been under martial law since a military coup on May 22, said it welcomes free speech and denied claims of mistreatment as the country marked the International Human Rights Day on Wednesday (Dec 10).
204 Nov 2014 Tue
Thailand is seeking ways to end the violent separatist insurgency in the Deep South, and this includes distributing hundreds of assault rifles to village volunteers in the south.
320 Oct 2014 Mon
But Surat Thani police said there has been no abuse of the two Myanmar suspects and questioned where the National Human Rights Commission of Thailand got their evidence.
414 Oct 2014 Tue
But not everyone in the travel industry thinks the initiatives announced by the Tourism Ministry will work.
508 Oct 2014 Wed
Thailand's Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha is also expected hold talks on border issues and migrant labour with Myanmar's President Thein Sein.
629 Sep 2014 Mon
Thailand's southern provinces of Yala, Pattani and Narathiwat are trying to woo tourists despite the instability plaguing the region.