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Thai police to charge protest leaders with royal insult
Thai police summoned seven leaders of anti-government protests to face charges of lese majeste over comments made at demonstrations that demanded reforms to the monarchy, a police source and a rights group said on Tuesday.
Thousands of Thai protesters rally again calling for PM removal
Thousands of people protested in Bangkok on Saturday in the latest in months of anti-government demonstrations that have called for the removal of the incumbent premier and also reforms to Thailand’s powerful monarchy.
Thai government pushes for Phuket recovery
The Thai government has pledged to accelerate its efforts to rehabilitate Phuket's tourism industry, which has been pounded by the pandemic on both its short-term and long-term goals.
Thai protesters challenge monarchy as huge protests escalate
Openly challenging the monarchy of Thai King Maha Vajiralongkorn, thousands of protesters marched in Bangkok on Sunday to present demands that include a call for reforms to curb his powers.
Thai national park mails trash back to tourists
If you litter in this Thai national park, your trash may just come back to haunt you.
Thai woman accidentally dyes her cat yellow
The Internet is in love with a yellow cat. Yes, you read that right. While bright yellow cats may not be readily found in nature, a concerned pet parent in Thailand accidentally transformed her feline into something resembling Pikachu with a turmeric scrub.
Humans try to take back Thai city from monkeys
Residents barricaded indoors, rival gang fights and no-go zones for humans. Welcome to Lopburi, an ancient Thai city overrun by monkeys super-charged on junk food, whose population is growing out of control.
Thai parliament passes $106b budget in boost for economy
Thailand’s parliament approved the annual budget after a months-long delay, providing a fillip for the country’s struggling economy.
Thai air pollution crisis spiraling out of control
Leading academics say the Thai government is simply not equipped to prevent the air pollution crisis “spinning out of control”.
China's recycler Chiho in joint venture with Thai, Japanese partners
China’s Chiho Environmental Group, one of the largest scrap metal recycling firms in the country, will set up a joint venture (JV) in Thailand with local and Japanese counterparts, the company said in a statement on Friday.
Thai prime minister advises masks against Bangkok smog
Thailand’s prime minister has urged people in Bangkok to wear face masks to filter out unhealthy air pollution as smog enveloped the capital.
Reuters poll: Thai central bank seen holding key rate despite flagging growth
Thailand’s central bank is expected to keep its benchmark policy rate steady on Wednesday for a fourth straight meeting, a Reuters poll showed, despite slowing growth and the way many Asian central banks have shifted toward easing policy.
Thai king revokes royal decorations of ex-PM Shinawatra amid election row
Thailand's King Maha Vajiralongkorn has revoked royal decorations that had been awarded to ousted former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra, a document published on Saturday in the royal gazette showed.
Chinese investors spending billions on Thai property despite turbulent political scene
Chinese investors have continued pouring their money into Thailand's property sector even as the kingdom barrels toward an uncertain national election.

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