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|News from Thailand -- The Nation|
A South African woman has been arrested at Bangkok airport attempting to smuggle two kilograms (4.4 pounds) of crystal methamphetamine, Thai police said Wednesday.
Thailand's Culture Ministry on Monday demanded an explanation from the producer of a talent show which broadcast a female contestant painting with her bare breasts on national television.
Two Canadian sisters found dead in their hotel room on a popular Thai resort island may have been the victims of “serious food poisoning,” police said Sunday.
Aung San Suu Kyi was given a rapturous welcome Saturday by thousands of Myanmar refugees forced by fighting and rights abuses in their homeland to live in a Thai border camp.
Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra on Saturday warned the deeply divided kingdom faces a “cycle of violence” unless steps are taken towards reconciliation after years of civil unrest.
Democracy champion Aung San Suu Kyi on Wednesday began her first trip abroad in 24 years by telling an ecstatic crowd of Myanmar migrants in Thailand she would do all she could to help them.
A Thai court on Wednesday convicted an online editor for hosting posts critical of the revered monarchy on her website, but suspended her jail sentence amid demands to reform the lese majeste law.
Thailand's “red shirts” took to the street this weekend to mark the anniversary of the army's bloody repression of their mass rally in Bangkok in 2010 amid growing signs of a rift with the government they helped elect last July.
A Thai court stripped a top “Red Shirt” leader of his parliamentary seat Friday, in a move likely to anger supporters of the movement whose protests in Bangkok in 2010 descended into bloodshed.
Seventeen people including 10 women paramilitary troops and a civilian were injured in a roadside bombing in Thailand's insurgency-plagued south, local police said Monday.