Thai Junta Stalls Democratic Elections as Former PM Begins Corruption Trial
The electoral delay, which is the second since the military seized power, means the nation will not go to the polls until August 2016 at the earliest, some 27 months after the army's coup.
Thailand’s Prime Minister Wants to Shut Down Media Outlets That Don’t Praise the Government
Human rights groups are concerned that Thailand's freedom of the press is being irreconcilably curtailed under the military junta led by Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha.
Ousted Thai Prime Minister Released From Army Camp as Anti-Coup Protests Intensify
Yingluck had been detained alongside over 100 people in an undisclosed location since she surrendered herself to the Thai army.