BANGKOK, May 3 – Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra today filed a complaint with the Dusit police, charging newspaper cartoonist Chai Rachawat with libel and defamation.
BANGKOK, May 4 – The government’s Pheu Thai Party has released an open letter objecting the Constitution Court’s consideration of a petition against a parliamentary amendment of the Constitution.
BANGKOK, May 4 – The Office of Attorney General (OAG) has refused to comment on a report that the Department of Special Investigation (DSI) plans to withdraw court cases of terrorism against Red Shirt activists.
YALA, May 2 – Leaflets allegedly produced by the Barisan Revolusi Nasional (BRN) militant group were distributed across this southern border province today.
BANGKOK, May 2 - Thailand's Anti-Money Laundering Office (AMLO) on Thursday is finalising the first batch of 60 local terrorists and will seek the civil court's order on banning their financial transactions.
BANGKOK, May 2 – So far this year, there have been 26,000 dengue fever patients with the number of deaths recorded from the mosquito-borne disease at 33, higher than last year, according to Dr. Wichai Satimai, an expert of the Department of Disease Control.
BANGKOK, May 2 – Thailand’s Court of Appeals today turned down a bail request for a government MP jailed for intimidating the Constitution Court's judges.
BANGKOK, May 2 – A top Thai security official today categorically denied that the current spate of violent attacks in the country’s far South are reprisals against the government’s peace talks with Muslim insurgent groups
BANGKOK, May 3 – A senator yesterday asked the Constitution Court to order ousted prime minister Thaksin Shinwatra to stop 'giving commands' to government MPs through a voice-over Internet service.
BANGKOK, May 2 – Thailand will remain on the United States government’s Priority Watch List (PWL) despite its unrelenting crackdown on violations of intellectual property rights, a senior Commerce Ministry official said today.