By Associated Press
The Defense Department announced Saturday it had canceled ongoing military exercises with Thailand as a result of the military coup in the Southeast Asian country.
By PBS NewsHour
In our news wrap Friday, Thailand’s ousted prime minister was detained and 150 political leaders were barred from leaving the country. In response, the U.S. suspended $3.5 million in military aid to Thailand. Also, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel told CBS…
In our news wrap Thursday, Thailand’s military seized power, dissolved the government and suspended the constitution. The takeover followed months of political violence and deadlock. Also, in a city in Xinjiang, China, 31 people were killed and more than 90…
By Ellen Rolfes
Thai politicians gathered in a military facility Thursday for face-to-face talks to resolve differences between political rivals and to end violent protests, only to be surrounded by military and prohibited from leaving the building.
In our news wrap Tuesday, Thailand’s military bypassed the country’s government and declared martial law in an effort to restore peace and order, denying it was a coup. Six months of political crisis in Thailand have sparked protests and deadly…
After six months of anti-government protests in Thailand, the dismissal of the prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra and nine cabinet members from office, plus repeated warnings from Thailand's army chief, the Thai military declared martial law Tuesday.
By Kayla Ruble
Interpol has confirmed that at least two passports used by passengers aboard the missing Malaysia Airlines flight were registered in its Stolen and Lost Travel Documents database, the international police agency said on Sunday.
PBS NewsHour is following the news of the day, from Bangkok to New Orleans.
By Michael D. Mosettig
When I was in Thailand a year ago, the streets and glitzy shopping malls were crammed with tourists, including tens of thousands of Chinese escaping their country's crowds and pollution for a more exotic Asian New Year holiday. What a…
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