The rising popularity of hip-hop in Thailand has created stars that have drawn the attention of major music industry players.
Ousted former Thai PMs Thaksin and Yingluck Shinawatra appear at Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas to promote new DNA nutrition app.
Thailand launches ban on single-use plastic bags at major stores, with eye on total ban by next year.
Thai PM confident his civilian government will complete its term, but his multiparty cabinet and the opposition pose new challenges for the former junta chief.
Thai tech firm to reimburse at least 10,000 workers about $10 million in a rare move that has drawn attention to plight of migrant laborers forced to pay recruitment fees.
On this day in 1961, Myanmar opened the second Southeast Asian Peninsular Games. It dominated the medals table, in contrast to the current performances in the Philippines.
Thai authorities have delayed the deportation to Myanmar of the Arakan Army’s detained wife and children, as they want to prosecute her for immigration violations.
The wife and two children of Arakan Army leader Tun Myat Naing have been detained by Thai authorities and will be returned to Myanmar, sources close to the family say.
Police in Myanmar’s Shan State shot a woman’s pickup truck three times, claiming they thought she was carrying drugs.
The government’s investment agency has been holding talks with Thai businessmen about bringing large numbers of tourists to southern Myanmar’s untouched islands.
Fighting is continuing at the Three Pagodas Pass on the Thai border. Mon troops have reportedly withdrawn from a border village.
The Thai government will pay the families of workers killed and injured in a Phuket construction accident, including four from Myanmar, US$23,860 each in compensation.
A collapsing concrete slab has crushed three Myanmar migrant workers in Thailand. The embassy has blamed faulty engineering.
During first papal visit to Thailand since 1984, Francis condemns exploitation of women and children for sex tourism, trafficking of migrants and laborers.
After showcasing its light arms at a Thai weapons trade show, Myanmar’s military says it has the potential to raise cash from international sales.