Stories By Panu Wongcha-um
101 Sep 2015 Tue
Australian editor Alan Morison, 67, and Thai reporter Chutima Sidasathein, 34, are being sued under the defamation law and Computer Crimes Act by the Royal Thai Navy.
225 Aug 2015 Tue
A Thai Army delegation was in Kuala Lumpur on Tuesday (Aug 25) to conduct the third covert peace talks with representatives of insurgent groups in southern Thailand.
324 Aug 2015 Mon
The heightened security is part of the government's initiative to ensure public safety. Members of the public have also been asked to help the authorities with their security operation.
424 Aug 2015 Mon
In southern Thailand, cultivating trust with the Malay-Muslim population has become the authorities' biggest challenge over the past 11 years.
522 Aug 2015 Sat
A driver of a motorcycle taxi, who gave the suspect a lift, says the suspect is about 1.7 metres tall and used sign language to communicate.
622 Aug 2015 Sat
Thailand's King has endorsed a new cabinet line-up, in the biggest reshuffle since the May 22 coup last year.
722 Aug 2015 Sat
A bomb went off near a Skytrain station at Ratchaprasong in the evening and two more unexploded bombs were found in the area.
822 Aug 2015 Sat
Thai Prime Minister Prayut Chan-ocha has confirmed there will soon be a Cabinet reshuffle, adding that he would change some ministers and appoint outsiders to certain posts.
922 Aug 2015 Sat
The focus is on peace building, economic development and increased engagement with the local community.
1022 Aug 2015 Sat
Thailand's telecom regulator will implement a new SIM card registration rule that could cut off as many as 20 million prepaid mobile phone numbers after on Saturday (Aug 1).