The latest and most controversial speech of Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra about democracy in Mongolia last week has led to an impact beyond her expectation.
There is nothing wrong with Thailand's Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra making appointments to meet Myanmar President Thein Sein every time she has an opportunity on the sidelines of international conferences, but the topics of discussion should go far beyond the Dawei port and special economic zone.
A Thai court on Monday postponed the trial of dozens of royalist activists facing charges relating to their roles in 2008 rallies that paralyzed Bangkok's main airports stranding thousands of tourists.
An insurgent group that started peace talks with the Thai government last month announced Sunday five demands while vowing to continue fighting.
Thailand's Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra Saturday insisted that private hospitals must provide emergency medical treatment to save the lives of all critically ill patients.
Thailand and Cambodia took their dispute around a flashpoint ancient temple to the U.N.'s highest court on Monday, in a case Phnom Penh warned could end friendly relations between the countries.
Police say two soldiers were killed and six were wounded in a roadside bombing in Thailand's insurgency-plagued south.
Five people died, including a 7-month-old baby and a Belgian woman, and 53 were injured when a Thai tour bus plummeted off a hillside in northern Thailand after its brakes failed, police said Monday.
A Thai anti-graft body said it had found no irregularities in an asset disclosure by Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra, effectively removing any question that she might have to step down, a prospect which unsettled Bangkok markets on Thursday.
Dr. Niparat Sripai has decided to quit her job at the Ban Fang Hospital in Thailand's northeastern province of Khon Kaen because she believes the recently introduced Pay for Performance (P4P) scheme in the country's public healthcare sector will negatively impact the attitudes of medical workers towards their patients.