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‘Run Against Dictatorship’ Forced to Cancel Another Presser

BANGKOK — Organizers of an upcoming sports event that doubles as a rally against PM Prayuth Chan-ocha said Monday they were forced by “those...

Police Order Bangkok Climate Protest to Disperse

BANGKOK — A protest to raise awareness about climate change was forced to cancel by the police Friday just minutes after it began in...

Interview: Military Surveillance Turning Thailand into ‘1984’

Story by Pravit Rojanaphruk and Sunantha Buabmee BANGKOK — Giving a surveillance agency run by the armed forces a free rein in national security issues...

Gov’t Says ‘5 More People’ May be Nabbed for Royal Insult

BANGKOK — A top official said Tuesday five more people might be arrested in connection with “inappropriate” online comments about the monarchy, in addition...

Police Say Belgian Reporter Held Over ‘National Security’ Concerns

BANGKOK — A spokesman for the national police on Monday confirmed that a Belgian journalist was detained ahead of his interview with an anti-government...

Activist Arrested, Accused of Making Threats to Monarchy

BANGKOK — Police on Tuesday said they arrested a pro-democracy campaigner who spread “hatred” toward the monarchy in an online post – an allegation...

Army Files Sedition Charges Against Opposition Politicians, Academic

BANGKOK — An army representative on Friday said he filed criminal complaints against 12 opposition leaders and academics who spoke in favor of amending...

Future Forward Seeks to Amend Junta’s Cyber Law

BANGKOK — Future Forward Party said on Monday that it will push for the amendment of the controversial Cyber Security Act, which grants the...

Gov’t Warns Public Not to Criticize Constitutional Court

BANGKOK — Deputy Prime Minister Wissanu Krea-ngam said criticism of a top court dealing with prominent political cases might result in prosecution of the...

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