Stories By Panu Wongcha-um
103 Feb 2016 Wed
Thai health officials claimed there is no need to panic over the spread of the Zika virus in the country, but urged the public to eliminate mosquitoes in their residential areas as well as around communities ahead of the rainy season to reduce infection risk.
224 Jan 2016 Sun
Somdet Phra Maha Ratchamangalacharn, who has been nominated for the post of Supreme Patriach, is under investigation for allegedly evading tax for an antique car he bought.
318 Jan 2016 Mon
The EU warned Thailand last April that if the country’s illegal, unregulated and unreported fishing situation does not improve, Europe may ban Thai seafood products in its markets.
414 Jan 2016 Thu
The Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) offered to help Thailand restore peace in its restive south, according to OIC Secretary-General Iyad Ameen Al Madani.
513 Jan 2016 Wed
Privy Councillor Thanin Kraivichien wrote an open letter to the government over the weekend, advocating for the canal's construction.
611 Jan 2016 Mon
"We gloss over the multitude and richness of what each religion offers, and the potential religion has to offer in turning our world into a more harmonious world,” said Iyad Ameen Madani, Secretary-General of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC).
706 Jan 2016 Wed
Mr Abhisit’s government mobilised more than 60,000 soldiers to end the 2010 protests, which saw 90 people die and 2,000 people injured.
804 Jan 2016 Mon
More than 300 people died in road accidents across Thailand during the recent New Year period. Thai authorities say more than 3,000 people were also injured on the roads from Dec 29 to Jan 4.
930 Dec 2015 Wed
However, the ministry was unable to answer the allegations of corruption that the public has raised in the months'-long controversy.
1028 Dec 2015 Mon
Thailand's Deputy Prime Minister suggests that a political group was responsible for instigating protesters, in order to destabilise the military government.