The Foreign Ministry plans to invite the United Nations' top human rights officer for the region to hear its explanation over why it arrested demonstrators who flashed the "three-finger salute", the ministry's spokesman said Sunday.
Chiang Rai: The government plans to seek cabinet approval for its proposal to extend the maximum period of work permits for foreigners working in Thailand to two years from the current one year, as part of a range of measures aimed at attracting more foreign investment.
Police are trying to piece together the murder case of a woman whose body was found stuffed in a suitcase in the Mae Klong River in Kanchanaburi two weeks ago.
A Don Muang police officer has been arrested for alleged involvement in the abduction of Chinese-Cambodian businessman Chen Ji.
A husband and wife were shot dead in Yala's Yaha district yesterday, police say.
Yingluck Shinawatra said she knew from the day she became prime minister her administration would end up toppled from power in a military coup, just as her brother, Thaksin Shinawatra, was.
The Constitution Drafting Committee (CDC) plans to organise at least 10 public hearings to gather input for the drafting of a new charter, CDC chairman Borwornsak Uwanno says.
After months of protests, mounting fears of violence and political deadlock, the May 22 coup staged by the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) somehow brought some sense of relief and calm to the political landscape.
An Australian mother was Monday charged with attempted murder after her newborn baby was found crying at the bottom of a roadside drain, where investigators believe he survived for five days.
Former Central Investigation Bureau (CIB) chief Pol Lt Gen Pongpat Chayapan has been detained along with seven other suspects on a number of charges, including violating the lese majeste law, a highly placed police source said yesterday.
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