Thursday, October 13
Thailand's King Bhumibol Adulyadej, the world's longest-reigning monarch, has died after 70 years as head of state, the palace says.
Tuesday, September 20
A tourist boat carrying 150 people that capsized Sunday was seriously "overcrowded" and piloted recklessly, a local official told CNN.
Friday, August 12
Thailand Bombings Kill 4 and Wound Dozens, Most at Tourist Sites
Tuesday, September 01
The head of Thailand’s military government, Gen. Prayuth Chan-ocha, said on Tuesday that the security forces had arrested a foreign man they suspected of involvement in the deadly Bangkok shrine bombing two weeks ago.
Tuesday, August 18
As investigators picked through the wreckage of the powerful bomb blast that brought death and destruction to a popular shrine in the Thai capital, suspicions focused on one man.
Monday, August 17
Twin explosions outside one of Bangkok’s most popular tourist attractions killed 15 people and left more than 80 others – mostly foreign tourists – injured Monday.
Tuesday, May 26
Malaysia's police chief has confirmed the discovery of 139 grave sites and 28 human-trafficking camps in the country's remote northern border region.
Thursday, May 21
Malaysia and Indonesia said on Wednesday they would offer shelter to 7,000 "boat people" adrift at sea in rickety boats but made clear their assistance was temporary and they would take no more.
Friday, December 12
Mauritius’ second largest tuna processor Ireland Blyth Limited (IBL), which is merging its tuna plant in with Mitsubishi-owned Princes, attributed a drop in its annual tuna earnings to a market made tougher by EU trade with Thailand.
Friday, May 23
Thai authorities signaled the possibility of holding elections under martial law imposed by the military yesterday as the army moved to clamp down on all forms of media.