BANGKOK (AP) — A Thai military court has sentenced a Thai web radio host to five years in prison because it found the contents of his show insulted the country's monarch....
Formers Reuters correspondent, Andrew MacGregor Marshall, now a freelance journalist and analyst on Thai culture and politics, has expressed his "delight" that his book, ‘A Kingdom in Crisis’, has been banned by the Thai police. ...
BANGKOK (AP) — Thai police have banned imports of a book they view as insulting the country’s monarchy, as a crackdown against anti-royalist campaigns intensifies after a coup earlier this year. National police chief Gen. Somyot Poompanmoung says the book, “A Kingdom in Crisis,” has contents that might affect national security and order. The book...
A Thai student was sentenced to 5 years in jail Tuesday for posting comments on Facebook deemed insulting to the Southeast Asian nation’s revered monarchy....
BANGKOK (AP) — A lawyer says prosecutors have charged two Thai university students with defaming the country's monarchy in a stage performance. Lawyer Pawinee Chumsri says the students were charged with lese majeste, which mandates a prison term of up to 15 years for anyone insulting Thailand's monarchy....
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