An international poll taken at the lowest point of national self-esteem has revealed that the military's obsession with driving Happiness and National Pride into the population may be the political equivalent of taking along a bowl of red rice and a fish head to a wedding buffet. What's already there is better than what's being added.
A Thai aromatic herbal medicine manufacturer and retailer explains the major property of ya hom, which has been around in Thailand for centuries. (Story by Arusa Pisuthipan, photos and video by Chumporn Sangvilert)
The Public Health Ministry has taken possession of the body of a British man who died in Phuket to determine whether he had Ebola.
The Thai partner of Pornchanok Chaiyapa, the chief suspect in the brutal murder of her elderly Japanese husband, says he is guilty of suffocating her previous Japanese husband in a case that cast a "dark secret" over the family for 11 years.
SURAT THANI — British police made a surprise visit to Koh Tao on Saturday to inspect locations related to the murders of two backpackers, a source said.
Soldiers, police and defence volunteers were on high alert on Saturday as residents of the southern border provinces marked the 10th anniversary of the Tak Bai tragedy.
SAMUT PRAKAN — A suspect in the murder of Japanese teacher Yoshinori Shimato has confessed to suffocating another Japanese man to death 11 years ago, according to police.
The Defence Council has endorsed a proposed amendment to a ministerial regulation to allow a Thai national to serve in the armed forces if just one parent has Thai citizenship.
SURAT THANI — Relatives on Friday met with the two Myanmar suspects in the Koh Tao tourist murders for the first time since their arrest three weeks ago.
A key suspect charged in connection with the murder of Japanese teacher Yoshinori Shimato has confessed to killing the victim before chopping up the body and throwing the pieces into a canal, a senior police officer has said.
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