A Thai journalist just freed from detention by the military government has resigned under pressure from his newspaper.
Thailand's military government has detained a reporter for an English-language newspaper, in what rights groups Tuesday criticized as the latest sign of a fresh crackdown on critics of the ruling junta.
A key suspect in last month's bombing at a Bangkok shrine that killed 20 people has fled to Turkey, Thai police said Monday, in another indication that the attack could be the work of members of China's ethnic Uighur minority who have sympathizers in Turkey.
A police official says a blast outside of a bus terminal in central Pakistan has killed at least nine people and wounded 48.
Thailand's 87-year-old king continues to suffer from a lung infection that doctors believe was caused by foreign particles such as food, saliva or nasal secretions entering his lungs, the royal palace said Sunday.
Thailand's premier Friday threatened to prosecute anyone who criticized him or his government as the army detained a former lawmaker for "attitude adjustment" after he slammed the junta's economic policy.
An expert witness at the trial of two Burmese workers accused of killing two British tourists in Thailand testified Friday that DNA found on what police say was the murder weapon does not belong to the defendants.
A key suspect in last month's deadly Bangkok blast paid a US$600 bribe to illegally enter Thailand, police said Thursday, highlighting widespread corruption at the kingdom's borders.
Thai police said Wednesday that a key suspect has admitted to meeting the alleged Bangkok shrine bomber outside a train station and handing him a heavy backpack containing a bomb just before the blast occurred the night of Aug. 17.
Thailand's revered but ailing King Bhumibol Adulyadej has been placed on antibiotics following a fresh blood infection, the palace revealed Monday, amid public concern over the health of the world's longest serving monarch.