Thailand on Monday opened a special courtroom at Bangkok's Suvarnabhumi Airport to hear complaints from tourists.
Thailand on Wednesday sentenced a Swedish citizen of Lebanese origin to two years and eight months in prison for possession of materials that could be used to make a bomb.
Thailand's government doubled its offer of help to rubber farmers on Tuesday, but it was not clear if it would be enough to head off fresh protests planned for the weekend.
A Thai Airways plane skidded off the runway in Bangkok after the landing gear malfunctioned, slightly injuring more than a dozen passengers as they evacuated the jet, the airline said Monday.
Thailand faced pressure on Friday to end a two-week protest by rubber farmers after violent overnight clashes between riot police and a group of protesters who hurled rocks and bottles filled with an acidic liquid.
The Thai government on Tuesday approved an extension of its rice-buying scheme that will slightly lower prices and quantities, but not by enough to prevent another mountain of the grain being delivered to state-run warehouses.
Certain whitening agents, including one that is being widely advertised on social media, can result in blindness or skin cancer, a senior Thai government dermatologist warned on Monday.
A Thai protester was shot dead and another injured at a rally in the country's south on Sunday, officials said, following demonstrations calling for higher rubber prices.
Dunkin' Donuts has apologized for the “insensitivity” of an advertising campaign in Thailand featuring a woman in blackface makeup to promote a new chocolate flavored doughnut.
Dozens of Muslim Rohingya boat people from Myanmar escaped Tuesday from a Thai immigration centre, police said, as a rights group called for all of them to be freed from detention.