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Hundreds of schools to shut as toxic smog chokes Bangkok

The Thai capital has been shrouded in murky haze for weeks, sparking social media criticism of the uneven response by the government

Thailand will not forcibly deport Saudi woman: official

Rahaf Mohammed al-Qunun was stopped by immigration because Saudi Arabian officials contacted them to say she had fled her family

Thailand says Saudi woman in asylum case to be sent back

The incident comes against the backdrop of intense scrutiny of Saudi Arabia over its handling of the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi last year

Thai football team speak of ‘miracle’ rescue after hospital discharge

The boys, who will return to their families Wednesday night, announced their plan to temporarily ordain as monks to honour the death of Saman Kunan

Coach Ek the unlikely stateless hero of Thai cave drama

The 25-year-old has been lauded for keeping the the young footballers calm as starvation loomed in the dark

Eight rescued from Thai cave, but five remain trapped

Authorities say the rain could re-flood crucial parts of the cave complex that have been drained and make the escape route much harder

Thai cave rescue bid enters day two: 8 boys have been rescued

Looming rain was one of the main enemies of the operation, threatening to flood the cave complex in mountainous northern Thailand

‘Race against water’ as rain threatens Thai boys in the cave

Thirteen sets of diving equipment have been prepared for the team, who have endured 12 nights underground in the Tham Luang cave complex

Protesters defy troops in Thailand

Thousands of security personnel have been deployed on Bangkok's streets in a show of force against small but defiant anti-coup flashmob rallies.

Anger mounts in flood-weary Bangkok

Bangkok residents are protesting as frustration mounts that parts of the Thai capital are suffering badly while the centre stays dry.

Curfew after deadly Thai clash

Thailand's army is imposing a curfew on parts of Bangkok after two days of intense clashes left at least 24 dead and more than 200 wounded.

Thailand’s ‘Yellow Shirts’ call for martial law

Thailand's "Yellow Shirts" called on Monday for the imposition of martial law to end mass anti-government protests by rival "Red Shirts".

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