Stories By Panu Wongcha-um
121 Jul 2014 Mon
Aid groups have warned that the security and economic conditions in Myanmar are not yet conducive for mass repatriation, after Thai army chief Prayuth Chan-ocha announced plans to return more than 120,000 Myanmar refugees.
224 Jun 2014 Tue
A Thai court has accepted a lawsuit against a state-owned power company over its involvement in the building of a hydroelectric dam in Laos.
320 Jun 2014 Fri
More than 200,000 Cambodian workers have fled Thailand amid worries about a crackdown on foreign labour. This mass exodus of migrant workers is threatening Thailand's labour-intensive industries and could damage the Thai economy.
410 Jun 2014 Tue
Football fans in Thailand will know by Wednesday if they can watch all World Cup matches for free. The Thai Supreme Court will settle a dispute between the broadcasting regulator and RS, the company which has rights to air the global event.
529 May 2014 Thu
Thailand’s army chief Prayuth Chan-ocha has made paying rice farmers his highest priority, and the move has secured farmers' support for the coup.
624 May 2014 Sat
With martial law in place, covering Thailand's coup has not been a straightforward task for many local media organisations.
711 May 2014 Sun
As tension rises on the street of Thai capital Bangkok, a group of more radical anti-government protesters - led by a Buddhist monk Luang Pu Buddha Issara - are gearing up for confrontation and turmoil.