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Thailand cancels emergency decree in bid to calm protests
Thailand’s government on Thursday cancelled a state of emergency it had declared last week for Bangkok in a gesture offered by the embattled prime minister to cool massive student-led protests seeking democracy reforms.
Protesters take to streets of Bangkok despite government warning
All stations of Bangkok's elevated Skytrain transit system were closed on Saturday afternoon to try to keep protesters from gathering but crowds met anyway and marched or took taxis to several rally points spread through the city
Thai protesters hold ambitious rally for democratic reforms
The core demands of protesters have been fresh elections, a new constitution and an end to intimidation of political activists.
Royal ceremony held with more than 52 ships in Thailand
In total, 52 ships were decorated and 2,200 Royal Thai Navy were chosen to operate the ships while singing rhythmic songs while sailing 3.4 km between two important ports.
Thai authorities re-open cave where football team was trapped in 2018
The event was so popular that access had to be restricted to 30 people at a time.
Watch: Thailand's King Vajiralongkorn crowned
Thailand's King Maha Vajiralongkorn is crowned on the first day of coronation ceremonies that will last until Monday.
Thailand celebrates first coronation in seven decades
The ceremony, which will last three days, is a historic moment for Thailand.
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Results for Thailand's first election after military coup are delayed
There is confusion concerning the results of Thailand's first election since a military coup eight years ago.
EU gives Thailand's reformed fishing industry a green card
Thailand has begun intercepting and inspecting fishing boats far out at sea this year, one of many new measures to curb its dangerously high levels of overfishing.
Thai PM leaves cardboard cutout of himself to answer journalists' ques
"If you want to ask any questions on politics or conflict, ask this guy."
Former Thai PM Yingluck Shinawatra flees rather than face court
Her lawyer says she was absent because of an ear problem, but sources close to Yingluck Sinawatra say that she has already fled the country.
New era for Thailand as Crown Prince Maha becomes King
Fifty days after his father’s death and at the invitation of parliament, the Crown Prince of Thailand Maha Vajiralongkorn, 64, was officially proclaimed the country’s king on…
Thailand: economic concerns follow king's death
Thailand is beginning a year of mourning for King Bhumibol.
Concerns over succession after death of Thai king
As Thailand continues to mourn the loss of their much loved King Bhumibol concerns have been raised over the royal succession.
Thailand mourns: respects paid to King Bhumibol Adulyadej as former PM becomes regent
Thai citizens have gathered at the Grand Palace in Bangkok to mourn the late monarch as the 96-year-old former Prime Minister Prem Tinsulanonda is named interim leader.
Large crowds in Thailand pay tribute to King Bhumibol
Many people lined the streets of Bangkok as a procession carried the king's body following his death.
King Bhumibol: Mourning continues for Thai monarch
As Thailand begins the first day without a king for 70 years, citizens gather to pay their respects to their "beacon of stability".
'Yes' or 'No': Thailand votes on junta-backed constitution
Two years after the military seized power in Thailand, voters were being asked on Sunday to approve a new constitution which critics say could extend the army’s influence well into the…
Thailand points the finger at the redshirt opposition
Thailand’s prime minister appears convinced he knows who is behind the Monday bombing in Bangkok. “There are individuals or groups who seek to
Shinawatra trial opens in Bangkok
Thailand’s former prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra entered the supreme court on Tuesday as she began her trial on what her supporters say are
Former Thai PM faces ten years in prison over negligence charges
Thailand’s deposed prime minister, Yingluck Shinawatra, faces a possible ten years in prison if she is found guilty of fraud charges brought by the
Thailand: Army urges respect for Yingluck Shinawatra impeachment
There are fears of more political unrest after former former Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra is banned from office and prosecuted over a controversial rice subsidy scheme brought in during her time
Former Thai PM Shinawatra impeached over rice subsidy scheme
Military-backed lawmakers have voted to impeach Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra over a controversial rice subsidy scheme. The verdict carries
New Thai general election to take place on July 20
Thailand’s prime minister and the country’s Election Commission agreed on Wednesday to hold an election in July despite the opposition’s reluctance