BANGKOK, May 14 – Thailand’s former prime minister Abhisit Vejjajiva and his deputy Suthep Thaugsuban appeared at the Department of Special Investigation (DSI) this morning to acknowledge charges of premeditated murder during the 2010 anti-government Red Shirt protest in Bangkok.
BANGKOK, May 12 - Thailand's Defence Minister on Sunday refuted rumours that Army Chief Gen Prayuth Chan-ocha would be dismissed, saying the claim was groundless.
BANGKOK, May 10 - The Southern Operations Centre resolved not to revoke enforcement of the emergency decree in Thailand's southernmost provinces pending further consultation among security agencies and local residents, according to the head of the National Security Council.
BANGKOK, May 10 - A man suspected of hacking into the website of the Prime Minister's Office and posting messages insulting the premier surrendered to police this morning, denying the allegation saying he is ready to cooperate with the police investigation.
BANGKOK, May 10 -- Thailand's Criminal Court on Friday granted bail for Pheu Thai Party MP and Red Shirt activist Korkaew Pikulthong with Bt600,000 in assets being accepted as collateral.
BANGKOK, May 9 – Thailand’s Civil Court approved the listing of three persons on the Justice Ministry's terrorist blacklist, according to the secretary-general of the Anti-Money Laundering Office (AMLO).
BANGKOK, May 9 - Police will summon influential daily newspaper cartoonist Chai Rachawat for questioning within two weeks after a lawyer authorised by the prime minister filed a defamation lawsuit against him last week.
BANGKOK, May 9 - Thailand's National Security Council (NSC) will propose the lifting of the state of emergency currently in force in some areas of the restive southern border region in tomorrow's meeting of security agencies, the security council chief said on Thursday.
CHON BURI, May 9 - Police in the Thai seaside resort of Pattaya arrested two Bulgarian men Tuesday as they used counterfeit ATM cards to withdraw cash worth millions of baht.