Stories By Arglit Boonyai
112 Nov 2015 Thu
Adem Karadag and Yusufu Mieraili have yet to face formal charges and their detention at a special military prison has been extended for a further 12 days.
228 Oct 2015 Wed
For many years in Thailand, dengue fever was considered a disease that only affected children. Doctors unfamiliar with the disease in adults could misdiagnose patients, experts say.
321 Oct 2015 Wed
After issuing a two-week eviction notice, the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration has started to demolish a popular electronics market in the Thai capital, but vendors claim they were not given enough time to vacate.
414 Oct 2015 Wed
Thailand's Ministry of Public Health has warned those who are partaking in Thailand's on-going vegetarian festival that the food served at the festival, though vegetarian, may not always be the most healthy.
508 Oct 2015 Thu
Parts of southern Thailand suffered from elevated haze conditions caused by forest fires in Indonesia, leading to health concerns and causing delayed flights.
607 Oct 2015 Wed
Haze particles rose above minimum safety levels across southern Thailand earlier this week, above the country's acceptable level.
702 Oct 2015 Fri
The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration has given vendors just 15 days to vacate, saying they have caused water management issues for the whole of Bangkok.
818 Sep 2015 Fri
Thailand's Ministry of Tourism and Sports originally estimated that it would see a loss of 1.33 million foreign tourists and US$149 million.
904 Sep 2015 Fri
After months of back and forth the National Council for Reconciliation is set to vote on whether to accept a draft on Thailand’s 20th constitution.
1024 Aug 2015 Mon
Prayers, messages of support and religious services have been held throughout the week to pay respects to those who lost their lives in the deadly blast.