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Pheu Thai will not join the parliament’s reconciliation committee

The Pheu Thai Party will not join the parliament’s reconciliation committee, its leader said on Friday.

US Senators urging the Prayut’s government to uphold democracy and human rights in Thailand

The US Senate Foreign Relations Committee urged the Thai government to protect and uphold democratic values in...

The PM’s army residence case is over, said Wissanu, citing the similarity with Prem’s Si Sao Thewes residence

The Constitutional Court’s decision is final but anyone who feel the need to file a complaint is...

Controversial ban on online sales of booze to come into effect amid cries from businesses

The controversial ban on online sales of alcoholic products is imminent as the law will come into...

Public health officials make plans for second wave of infections

Thai public health officials are making plans for a second wave of Covid-19 infections even as the...

The growing intolerance of judicial criticism of Thailand’s corrupt court

After the Constitutional Court delivered Thai Prime Minister Prayut Chan-ocha a not guilty verdict, members of the government and coalition members of Parliament warned opposition parties and others not to criticise the decision or face criminal prosecution....

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Pheu Thai will not join the parliament’s reconciliation committee

The Pheu Thai Party will not join the parliament’s reconciliation committee, its leader said on Friday.

US Senators urging the Prayut’s government to uphold democracy and human rights in Thailand

The US Senate Foreign Relations Committee urged the Thai government to protect and uphold democratic values in...

The PM’s army residence case is over, said Wissanu, citing the similarity with Prem’s Si Sao Thewes residence

The Constitutional Court’s decision is final but anyone who feel the need to file a complaint is...

Controversial ban on online sales of booze to come into effect amid cries from businesses

The controversial ban on online sales of alcoholic products is imminent as the law will come into...

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Covering the 2020 Thai Protests: The Ethics of Photojournalism

This is a two-part article series initially conceived in response to this South China Morning Post article, but has become about...

Opinion: The students sharing their stories of abuse must be heard and victim blaming must be stopped

Nalinrat Tuthubthim, a 20-year-old college student was sexually abused by a high school teacher several years ago. At one...

How Thailand Became The Center of Southeast Asia’s Narcotics Trade

On November 12, Thailand made international headlines for announcing the seizure of 11.5 tons (one billion US dollars’ worth)...

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Controversial ban on online sales of booze to come into effect amid cries from businesses

The controversial ban on online sales of alcoholic products is imminent as the law will come into effect next Monday.
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US Senators urging the Prayut’s government to uphold democracy and human rights in Thailand

The US Senate Foreign Relations Committee urged the Thai government to protect and uphold democratic values in Thailand, the committee’s press release...
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Thailand discovers 14 new cases of coronavirus on Friday, including a local transmission related to the Myanmar case

Thailand’s government said on Friday that it had discovered 14 new cases of coronavirus in the last 24 hours,...

Public health officials make plans for second wave of infections

Thai public health officials are making plans for a second wave of Covid-19 infections even as the Ministry of...

Thai government says no local transmission from Myanmar case yet, 13 new quarantine cases

Thailand’s government said on Thursday that it had discovered 13 new cases of coronavirus in the last 24 hours,...

Thailand discovers 18 new cases of coronavirus in state quarantine and abroad on Wednesday

Thailand’s government on Wednesday said that it had discovered 18 new case of coronavirus in the last 24 hours.

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Opinion: The students sharing their stories of abuse must be heard and victim blaming must be stopped

Nalinrat Tuthubthim, a 20-year-old college student was sexually abused by a high school teacher several years ago. At one of the democracy...

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Multimedia Story: Who is Uncle Statue?

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Multimedia Story: Recapping the political rallies of November 25

Two political rallies took place on Wednesday, November 25. A royalist rally at Lumpini Park and a pro-democracy rally...

Media Story: Recapping the Events of November 17

Our media story recapping the clashes outside of parliament:https://twitter.com/ThaiEnquirer/status/1328893052669235201

Video Recap – “The March to the Palace”

This weekend, thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators marched on the palace to deliver a petition demanding reform.