Thailand’s Supreme Court delivered a verdict on Wednesday ruling that the country’s former prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra is guilty in a negligence trial relating to a costly rice subsidy scheme that helped bring her to power in 2011.
Snapchat, the video and photo messaging app, has agreed to block users from accessing Al Jazeera content in response to demands from the Saudi government.
The first phase of the long-delayed high-speed rail between Bangkok and southern China has finally been approved by Thailand’s military government.
Global sugar demand is forecast to increase over the next decade, according to the latest figures from the OECD and UN Food and Agricultural Organization (UNFAO).
Thailand is considering making travel insurance compulsory for visitors and the policy could be adopted by other countries, prompting an increased need for cover.
Thailand’s military government, otherwise known as the junta, has demanded that social media giant Facebook takes down content insulting the Southeast Asian country’s monarchy.