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Thai officials said they were rushing to crack down on illegal and unregulated fishing in a bid to avoid the European Union's threat to ban seafood import from the country.
 

A 65-year-old Buddhist monk being held by police is accused of looting graves for skulls to be used in black magic rituals, authorities said Tuesday.
 

Deliberations began Monday on a new Thai constitution, which includes clauses to stop parties winning a majority and allows unelected officials to govern, in a bid by the Thai junta to end a near-decade of political turmoil.
 

There are three ways to get health care in Thailand, Thai economist Ammar Siamwalla muses. You pay a lot of money. You use your connections. Or you spend a lot of time.
 

A car bomb on the Thai resort island of Samui has wounded seven people, including an Italian girl, police said Saturday, in a further blow to the country's tarnished reputation as a top tourist destination.
Seven hurt as car bomb hits Thai tourist island

 

The World Health Organization's top official in Thailand on Saturday denied beating his Ethiopian domestic helper and treating her like a modern day slave.
 

Thailand's junta chief Friday vowed to shut down critical media outlets as he faced a growing international backlash against his decision to replace martial law with new powers retaining his absolute authority.
Thai junta chief threatens to shut media

 

Thailand's junta chief Friday vowed to shut down critical media outlets as he faced a growing international backlash against his decision to replace martial law with new powers retaining his absolute authority.
Thai junta chief threatens to shut down critical media

 

The Thai junta's decision to lift martial law was denounced by critics Thursday as cosmetic, with Washington and the United Nations warning that replacement security measures would not loosen the military's grip on power.
 

Rights groups Wednesday lambasted a Thai military court which jailed a businessman for 25 years for making allegedly defamatory Facebook posts about the monarchy, one of the toughest known sentences for lese majeste.
 

Thail and's junta chief said on Tuesday he would lift martial law but only after replacing it with a new order retaining sweeping powers for the military.
 

Ear tugs. A flying banana peel. Sarcastic remarks about getting smacked, or punched -- or even executed. Such is life for the press corps covering Thailand's notoriously testy military ruler.
In Thailand, a mercurial junta leader known for sharp tongue

 

Thailand's junta leader has vowed to take legal action against companies using forced labor, after an Associated Press investigation revealed that fish caught by enslaved migrant workers was being exported from Thai ports to global markets.
 

Thailand's junta chief warned detractors Wednesday that he would hold onto power indefinitely if they continued to oppose his plans for the kingdom in a heated press briefing ahead of an overseas trip.
 
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