The Thai government says it will monitor the social media activities of Thais abroad to see if they are posting insulting comments about the monarchy.
This week’s visit to China by Philippine President Duterte points toward a restoration of trust between the sides, China’s official news agency says.
Many Burmese feel New Delhi’s engagement lags behind Beijing’s—in the geopolitical game, China is ahead of India in Burma.
A 96-year-old confidant of late King Bhumibol Adulyadej has been appointed to manage the throne in place of the crown prince and heir apparent.
Most people in the capital and in towns across the country dress in black on government holiday for mourning but shops open for business.
Ascending the throne in 1946, the king was regarded as a pillar of stability during decades of political upheaval and rapid development.
The health of Thailand’s 88-year-old King Bhumibol Adulyadej, has “overall not yet stabilized,” the palace says.
Monks, survivors, mourners and activists gather to mark the 40th anniversary of police massacre of scores of university students at a peaceful protest.
As Thailand’s rainy season peaks, the government is taking steps to avoid a repeat of devastating floods in 2011 says Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha
A Malaysian military helicopter crashes into a school in a rural area on Borneo island, injuring at least 23 people including student.
US issues travel warnings for pregnant women entering eleven countries in Southeast Asia, including Burma
King Bhumibol Adulyadej's kidneys are still not functioning properly, but infections plaguing the 88-year-old monarch have eased.
Asian leaders played down tensions over the South China Sea in a carefully worded Asean summit statement in Vientiane, Laos on Thursday
A summit of Southeast Asian leaders to discuss issues ranging from terrorism to South China Sea tensions opened Tuesday, overshadowed by the Philippine president's unrestrained com
Twenty new patients in four provinces in Thailand have contracted the mosquito-borne Zika virus, but the situation remains under control, according to the public health ministry.