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Viral video allegedly shows army officer threatening soldier for revealing corruption

A video, which surfaced on Thursday, allegedly showing an army officer being threatened by his superiors for revealing corruption within the military has gone viral with netizens saying it shows the nepotism and corruption rampant in the...

[UPDATE-1] 11 new cases of coronavirus discovered in Thailand; curfew shortened as fitness centers and massage parlors reopen in Phase 3

The Thai government said on Thursday that it had discovered 11 more cases of coronavirus, the second time in two weeks that the number of cases hit double digits.All the new cases were...

Exclusive: Former foreign minister blasts Prayut government for being corrupt; undermining democracy

Former Foreign Minister Kasit Piromya has criticised the current government for being as corrupt as previous administrations and undermining the country's democratic system.Kasit Piromya was the Minister of Foreign Affairs under the...

Amnesty International urges Thai government to guarantee extension of SOE will not violate human rights

Amnesty International issued a statement on Thursday requesting the Thai government's guarantee that the extension of the State of Emergency (SOE) will not violate human rights or freedom of speech, and only restrict them when necessary.

Student and labour unions push for an accessible aid program and the end to the SOE

Led by student activist Parit Chaiwarak, student and labour unions join forces at the Government House on Thursday to demand an end to the State of Emergency (SOE) and call for a blanket aid program accessible to...

Move Forward party ready to take opposition lead against government

The Move Forward party is ready to take the lead among opposition party against the ruling government as other opposition partners fall to infighting, multiple sources said on Thursday.Despite mismanagement of the...

11 more cases of coronavirus discovered in Thailand

The Thai government said on Thursday that it had discovered 11 more cases of coronavirus, the first time in two weeks that the number of cases hit double digits.All the new cases...

Environmentalists warn that PM2.5 could return as country resumes normal activities

With the world in lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic, nature is thriving. People living in the most polluted cities are experiencing the bluest skies and cleanest airs in years.A special research report...

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MPC worried about rising NPL, pointed out real estate as one of the most vulnerable sectors

The Bank of Thailand’s Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) are worried about rising non-performing loans and urge for more adequate and timely fiscal...

Exclusive: Nissan will begin letting people go in Thailand

Nissan Motor Thailand confirmed to Thai Enquirer this week that it will be letting go of staff after rumours had been circulating...

Thailand discovers 17 more coronavirus cases; all in state quarantine

Thailand’s government said on Thursday that it had discovered 17 new coronavirus cases, the largest increase in confirmed cases in over a...

“Anonymous must come home” trends on twitter as 20-year-old internet user set to go on trial

The hashtag #นิรนามต้องได้กลับมา (Anonymous must come home) was trending early on Thursday morning as a 20-year-old twitter user, accused of insulting the...