Stories By Arglit Boonyai
110 Jul 2014 Thu
In Thailand, the rape and murder of a 13-year-old girl on an overnight train has left the country shocked, and many calling for the death penalty.
207 Jul 2014 Mon
The National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) is attempting to cut out systematic corruption within Thailand's public transport sector.
330 Jun 2014 Mon
Thailand's National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) has opened a service centre that aims to make it easier for foreigners to get legal work permits.
425 Jun 2014 Wed
It's been more than a month since the Thai military took power in a coup on May 22. While martial law remains in effect, the military government continues to detain those that they believe oppose their rule.
511 Jun 2014 Wed
The World Cup begins on Thursday, but football fans in Thailand are still in the dark about whether they will be allowed out to watch matches at outdoor venues under the military government's strict curfew laws.
605 Jun 2014 Thu
Some are worrying that the reconciliation centres to be set up by the Thai military government hese may resemble re-education camps from the Cold War era.
727 May 2014 Tue
Thailand's Red and Yellow Shirt protesters may have dispersed since the start of the coup, but the streets are seeing a new movement.
808 May 2014 Thu
Thai Democrat Party leader Abhisit Vejjajiva said the Constitutional Court verdict has not put an end to the country's political deadlock.
906 May 2014 Tue
If found guilty, Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra will be removed from office and it is possible that the country will be left without a functioning government as the entire cabinet could be removed from office along with her.