Category Archives: Human Rights

Government spokesman hit back at Dhammakaya over the death of a temple’s volunteer

Government spokesman Lt-Gen Sansern Kaewkamnerd hit back at Wat Dhammakaya for blaming the death of one of its volunteers on blockade of the temple by government forces which has prevented…

Abu Sayyaf group beheads German hostage

The Abu Sayyaf extremist group has beheaded the German hostage they were holding for ransom since last year, The Manila Times Online reported on Tuesday quoting SITE intelligence group.A video…

Six volunteers injured in roadside bomb attack in Pattani

Six defence volunteers were injured, three of them in serious condition, in a roadside bomb explosion in Kapor district of Pattani province on Friday.The six injured were among 12 defence…

Power plant protesters end protest

Opponents of the Krabi’s coal-fired power plant project have agreed to end their protest held in front of the Government House and to return to their home province after the…

School director insists screening process was done on teacher arrested on drug charges

The director of British international school of Krabi has defended that the school had properly checked the background of an American teacher arrested on drug charges in the United States…

Suspected killers of a British web designer in Pattaya escape to Cambodia

A Briton and a South African who were suspected to be involved in the killing of a British web designer in Pattaya on Tuesday January 24 have escaped into Cambodia…

Labour Minister Consults Delays in Citizenship Verification Process

The Ministry of Labour and executive committee are scheduled to attend the fourth Abu Dhabi Dialogue during 23-24 January 2017 at the Cinnamon Laheside in Columbo, Sri Lanka upon invitation…

Royal crematorium building is progressing

Work on the construction of the royal crematorium is progressing steadily with the main pillar scheduled to be erected in March.This was disclosed by Deputy Prime Minister Gen Tanasak Patimapragon…