BANGKOK - Thailand's prime minister said on Tuesday the country was not always as safe for foreign visitors as their homelands, after the murder of two British tourists dealt a blow to the southeast Asian nation's image. | Video
BANGKOK - Thai Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha said on Friday his military-backed government aimed to broaden the tax base in the new fiscal year beginning next month, bringing in an inheritance tax among other changes.
BANGKOK (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - In the northern Thai village where Srinuan Saokhamnuan was born, stateless children like her faced two career choices - work in factories or sell sex at karaoke bars.
BANGKOK - Thailand's ruling junta urged Amnesty International to "get its facts straight" after the human rights group issued a scathing appraisal of 100 days under military rule.
BANGKOK - More than 10,000 rubber farmers in Thailand, based mostly in the south, are preparing to launch protests against the government and demand it announce measures to help them counter a slump in prices to five-year lows, farmers' leaders said on Wednesday.
BANGKOK - As he prepares to move in to Bangkok's Government House this week, Thai Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha is going to great lengths to sweep away any occult challenge.
BANGKOK - To make vacationing in a country still under martial law a little more attractive, Thailand’s military junta is offering tourists from China free visas.
BANGKOK - Thailand's new military-stacked cabinet met King Bhumibol Adulyadej in Bangkok on Thursday, marking the formal start of an administration that will spend at least a year overhauling the political system before calling an election.
BANGKOK - Thai Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha on Thursday set out broad criteria for the selection of a 250-member council to draw up sweeping political reforms and approve a new constitution, saying people from all walks of life would be included.
BANGKOK - Thailand's military government is considering lifting martial law in some provinces, particularly in those that attract a lot of tourists, a junta spokesman said on Wednesday.