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Thai PM Bans Cannabis And Hemp Use On Military Premises

(CTN News) - Thai authorities are continuing to crack down on the 'happy plant' in various institutions across the country. As a result, Prime Minister...

Thai Students Petition US to Apply “Magnitsky Act” Against Prime Minister

A group of University students submitted a letter to the US consulate in Chiang Mai, requesting the US apply the “Magnitsky Act” on Prime...

Court Finds Yingluck Shinawatra Not Liable in Rice-Pledging Scheme

Thailand's Central Administrative Court has annulled order that former prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra pay 35.7 billion baht ($US 1.1 Billion) in compensation to the...

Constitutional Courts Dismissal of Charges Against PM Angers Protesters

Thailand's Constitutional Court judges have unanimous voted to clear Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha of conflict of interest for staying in army housing after his...

Students in Thailand Call for Education Minister to Be Ousted

Hundreds of students from schools in Bangkok converged outside the Education Ministry on Wednesday to call for the ouster of the education minister and...

Russian Tourist Discovered Surviving in a Cave in Krabi Thailand

The Krabi tourist police have found a Russian couple living in a tent inside a cave in Tonsai Bay after they were kicked out...

Fake Doctor Arrested for Robbing Seniors in Northeastern Thailand

A 49 year-old man has been arrested in northeastern Thailand for posing as a doctor from the health department then robbed seniors. 49 year-old...

Thailand’s Government Slowly Moving to Stifle Free Speech

The Foreign Correspondents' Club of Thailand issued a statement on Oct. 4, saying, "Preventing a professional journalist from interviewing someone is an unwarranted infringement on media freedom."

Prime Minister Prayut Dogged by Thai Pro-Democracy Activist in New York

A billboard mounted on a building close to UN headquarters carried the message “United Nations Assembly: Don’t let democracy die in Thailand.”

Growing Criticism and Concerns about “Irregularities” in Thailand’s Chaotic Election

BANGKOK - On Sunday's elections in Thailand, a journalist from Thairath TV was diligently talking 'down the barrel', giving an update on the election...

Prayut Says “Perceived Undemocratic Status” to Blame for Drop in Global Corruption Index

  BANGKOK - Thailand's Junta Leader, Prime Minister Gen. Prayut Chan-o-cha who led the coup in 2014 citing he wanted to bringing back happiness and...

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