Interpol busts international pedophilia ring
Nine people have been arrested in Thailand, Australia and the US in connection with an online pedophilia network. Fifty children were rescued in the international operation.
Thai activists accused of defaming king 'disappear'
Rights groups have called on Thailand to explain the disappearance of three activists accused of insulting the monarchy. Separately, a man jailed under the country's lese-majeste laws has been freed in a royal pardon.
Thailand vote result delayed until Friday
Still no clear result from Thailand’s general election over the weekend. Both major parties are claiming the right to form a government and now election authorities are facing calls to resign for repeatedly delaying the results and failing to account for mounting voting irregularities.
US and Asian nations launch 'Cobra Gold' military exercises
Ten days of military exercises with the US and Asian nations have started in Thailand. They come as US President Donald Trump asked South Korea to pay $500 million more for keeping US troops in South Korea.
Thousands evacuated as Storm Pabuk strikes Thailand beaches
The storm has made landfall on Thailand's south coast, unleashing gusting winds and surging waves and causing one death. Officials, fearing it could be the worst storm in decades, evacuated thousands ahead of time.
Thai cave boys head to first public appearance since rescue
The 12 boys and their soccer coach rescued from a flooded cave in Thailand left a hospital on Wednesday (July 18) to make their first public appearance at a nationally-broadcast news conference in the northern province of Chiang Rai.
Clean and quiet - electric boats for Thailand
The days of Thailand's iconic long-tail boats might be numbered. Also known as the "Gondolas of the South", the slender vessels typically have a secondhand car or truck engine and a propeller attached to the end of a long pole. They are fast and nimble - but at the same time noisy and smelly. The German company 'Torqeedo' is now planning what could become a silent revolution on Thailand's waters.
Wanted monk arrives in Thailand after U.S. extradition
A former Buddhist monk wanted on child sex charges as well as fraud and money laundering, arrives in Thailand after being extradited from the US.
Thousands of migrant workers flee Thailand over new labor rules
Thailand has seen an exodus of tens of thousands of foreign workers, mainly from Myanmar and Cambodia, after new labour rules cracking down on the foreign workforce came into effect.