About The Nation (Thailand)The Nation is a broadsheet, English-language daily newspaper founded in 1971 and published in Bangkok, Thailand.
The country has courted foreign money for initiatives such as micro loans and investments.
Asean urged to use its influence on Myanmar to seek accountability for atrocities and ensure their safe return.
Irregularities during the election campaign include impossible voter turnout (over 100 per cent) and alleged miscounting.
Parties offer few if any answers for a 15-year-old deadly insurgency that successive govts have failed to quell.
Sunday’s upcoming election will be the first poll Thailand has held since the military took over in 2014.
The Bahraini exile faces torture and persecution should he be extradited to his homeland.
DNA tests confirm identities; both found strangled and drowned in river; activist not heard from since December 12.
Human Rights Watch on Saturday said the deadly attack on civilians in a place of worship in Narathiwat province is a war crime.
The Thai government is trying to resolve a dangerous air pollution problem in Bangkok, by seeding clouds to produce rain and using water cannons to clean streets and the air.
Thailand’s progress in promoting human rights in the fishing industry will be addressed in a panel session on modern slavery and human trafficking at the United Nations General Assembly by seafood giants Thai Union.
Ten Facebook users who shared content regarding a rape claim on Koh Tao island have been arrested for allegedly violating the Computer Crime Act in Thailand.
Critics of the junta left dismayed by his warm reception in France and Britain should remember there’s an election coming.