Thailand and China agreed on Monday to establish clearinghouses at their central banks to foster commercial ties between the two countries.
The Thai football squad at Siriraj Hospital caps the main highlight of Dec 22, 2014.
A large cache of military-grade weapons were found in Bangkok Monday amid police suspicions that the hand grenades, bullets and other munitions were linked to political violence before the coup.
Russia's economic troubles may trigger outflows from emerging markets, including Thailand, the Bank of Thailand has warned.
In April 2012, Indonesia's Banda Aceh, the city worst hit by the tsunami that killed at least 226,000 people on Boxing Day ten years ago, received a terrifying reminder of how unprepared it was for the next disaster.
The 12 babies born to surrogate mothers and a Japanese father in a recent surrogacy scandal are still in state care.
Former Central Investigation Bureau (CIB) chief Pongpat Chayapan and his former deputy, Pol Maj Gen Kowit Wongrungroj, are facing legal action on a new front, along with three new suspects in an alleged bribery scandal involving online football gambling networks.
The Election Commission (EC) is planning to file a lawsuit against those deemed accountable for the 3.8-billion-baht cost incurred by the voided Feb 2 election.
The choice for the inaugural "Returning Happiness to the Thai People Award" is clear. And the winner is not Prayut Chan-o-cha.
BAN NAM KHEM, PHANGNGA - A decade after towering waves wrenched her newborn baby from her arms, Mi Htay remains haunted by memories of the children she lost in the tsunami whose bodies, like hundreds of other Myanmar migrants in Thailand, were never identified.