Lindsay Murdoch Baby elephants are being illegally captured in horrific conditions to supply Thailand’s lucrative tourism industry, prompting calls for Thai authorities to tighten animal trafficking laws.
Nick Miller Irish police are hoping that Thailand is too distracted by its internal woes to bother with a fugitive Australian alleged drug smuggler who has popped up 18 years later as a Dublin cafe proprietor.
David Brunnstrom Countries now in the same category as North Korea and Syria, among the world's worst centres of human trafficking.
After a cascade of high-profile scandals, including monks taking drugs and drinking, Thai religious authorities launch a 24-hour hotline for the public to report unruly acts by Buddhist bad boys.
Lindsay Murdoch Australian tourists in Thailand face days of possible chaos and disrupted travel plans following the country's bloodless coup on Thursday evening.
After a meeting of rival factions at the Army Club in Bangkok, the military seized control.
Thailand's coup leaders are facing fresh international condemnation with US Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel demanding immediate elections and the release of detainees held by a junta which says there...
Lindsay Murdoch Thailand's military junta has dramatically tightened its grip across the country, disbanding the Senate and purging the bureaucracy of senior officials seen as allies of the deposed government.
Fred Barbash The raised arm, three-finger salute — a symbol of rebellion in The Hunger Games — has caught on in Thailand as a silent gesture of protest against Thailand’s new military regime.
Michael Koziol The three-finger salute was used to protest dictatorship in The Hunger Games. Now it's being used on the streets of Thailand.
A 94-year-old Australian man facing pedophile charges in Thailand has died while awaiting trial.
Lindsay Murdoch Soldiers have dramatically arrested Thailand's ousted education minister in front of dozens of cameramen and journalists.
A strong, shallow 6.0-magnitude earthquake has rattled northern Thailand, shaking tall buildings in Bangkok hundreds of kilometres to the south.
Lindsay Murdoch Bitterly opposed Thai political groups are set to rally in Bangkok, stoking fears of violent clashes, as the crippled Pheu Thai government pushes ahead with plans for an election in July.
Lindsay Murdoch, South-East Asia Correspondent Deposed PM faces ban from politics for five years over costly rice subsidy as Australians are advised to avoid large public gatherings in Thailand.
Lindsay Murdoch Thailand's army has warned it will use 'full force' to deal with any future violence in the most explicit threat of military intervention since anti-government protesters took the streets of the Thai...
Lindsay Murdoch An Australian tourist is one of the first foreigners to be arrested under Thailand’s harsh military rule that could see some offenders prosecuted in military courts.
Georgina Mitchell Social networking site Facebook was temporarily blocked in Thailand on Wednesday afternoon in an attempt by the country’s information technology ministry to stop anti-army protests being...
Daniel Flitton Call it martial law, but the Thai military's action quacks like a coup.
Lindsay Murdoch Thailand's powerful military declared martial law in the pre-dawn hours of Tuesday after anti-government protesters declared they were moving to replace the country's crippled government.