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  1. Thai Army chief Apirat Kongsompong (R back) dismissed talk of a coup in Thailand, and said he was

    Commentary: Army chief General Apirat casts a long shadow over Thai election

    Army Chief General Apirat Kongsompong will play a critical role in determining Thailand’s outlook post elections, say Knoll’s Richard Dailly & Ned ...
  2. World Cup winner Fabio Cannavaro was named as China's new national head coach.

    Football: Chanathip strikes to down Cannavaro's China

  3. 'Everyone has a Superman gene, the energetic Pfizenmaier says

    Man of Zeal: 'Superman Bangkok' champions voting ahead of Thai poll

    Dressed in a Superman suit with a red cape flowing behind him, a sweaty David Pfizenmaier jogs through Bangkok's standstill traffic and stops to ...
  4. Blogger Truong Duy Nhat on trial in Danang in 2014. The blogger is believed to be back in jail in

    Vietnamese blogger who vanished in Thailand jailed in Hanoi

    A Vietnamese blogger who vanished in Thailand earlier this year is being held in a Hanoi prison, his friend and wife confirmed Thursday.
  5. A volunteer waits for a voter at a polling station in Bangkok

    Could Thailand's populists win again despite army obstacles?

    Nearly five years after Thailand's 2014 military coup, the populist movement that the army has overthrown twice in a decade is contesting an ...
  6. Democrat Party leader and former Thailand's Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva is seen during hi

    Thailand's oldest party may be king-maker after vote to determine military role

    Thailand's oldest political party is heading into an election on Sunday with leader Abhisit Vejjajiva facing tough choices in the first polls ...
  7. Some Thais have defied a junta ban on protests to call for a return to democracy, as public anger

    Deaths, jail and cyber spies: The dangers of dissent in Thailand

    Dead dissidents dumped in a river, activists knotted up by the courts, and Big Brother-style internet laws - critics of Thailand's military ...
  8. More than 7 million young Thais will be first-time voters

    Cliffhanger election looms as record number of Thais turn out for early voting

    More than 2.2 million Thais turned out for early voting -- almost 90 percent of those registered -- for Thailand's hotly anticipated national ...
  9. Government staff work as they monitor social media in a social media war room in Bangkok

    In Thai election, new 'war room' polices social media

    In Thailand's election "war room", authorities scroll through thousands of social media posts, looking for violations of laws restricting ...