Police raided garment factories that supply global corporations like Starbucks on Thursday, finding Myanmar migrant workers earning less than minimum wages.
Envoy tells the pair the government is working on their behalf to seek a royal pardon for their murder convictions, widely viewed as flawed.
Thailand’s illiberal “yellow camp” conservative nationalists have turned up their social media rhetoric against progressive opponents with a new term: “nation-haters.”
The new statistics are welcome by Thai officials, who had worried recently over drops in foreign arrivals. MasterCard Inc. recorded 22.8 million visitors this past years.
The expose raises questions about Thailand's ability to inspect garment factories and protect workers across the country.
Military chief of staff visits the pair in prison as efforts to seek pardon from Thai king continue; the men were convicted of murder based on widely disputed evidence.
Two other suspects were arrested in the beginning of August and eleven remain at large. Thai authorities say the attacks could be linked to political issues.
U Thein Swe says Myanmar working with Thai officials as calls grow for govt to help the men, whose confessions in the 2014 double-murder case are widely seen as forced.
Total of 53 traffickers detained with 7 million yaba pills, weapons, after brief gunfight near Thai border in eastern Shan State, ethnic army says.
Predatory employers and poor oversight leave millions from Cambodia, Myanmar and Laos vulnerable to exploitation and modern slavery in Thailand's low-skilled sectors.
Lawyers say they will seek pardon from Thai king after court rejects pair’s appeal against their controversial convictions for the 2014 murders of 2 British tourists.
BANGKOK—Thailand's military plans to acquire 120 American-made armored vehicles by 2020, with the first batch of 10 arriving next month, a Thai defense ministry source told Reuters
PTT Group, IGL Consortium are preliminary choices to supply mega-project across river from Myanmar’s commercial capital.
Ten major projects currently planned with powerful neighboring countries promise to address Myanmar’s infrastructure needs, but have the social, environmental and other costs been
Thai authorities recovered an unexploded firebomb at the popular Prathunam market in central Bangkok on Wednesday—leftovers, they say, from a recent explosion.