- Thai PM insists she will not resign before polls Updated: Dec-10-13 8:59 am
- Thai democracy enters dangerous new crossroads Updated: Dec-10-13 8:05 am
- Thailand: Political crisis timeline Updated: Dec-09-13 1:46 am
- Minn. trade mission to SE Asia to focus on feed Updated: Dec-08-13 5:05 am
- Ex-PM Thaksin a saintly figure in rural Thailand Updated: Dec-05-13 10:11 pm
- AP appoints Brummitt as Southeast Asia news editor Updated: Dec-05-13 8:16 pm
- Long-running societal divide fuels Thai conflict Updated: Dec-02-13 8:01 am
- British man found guilty for murder in Thailand Updated: Nov-28-13 2:19 am
- Serena Williams to play Azarenka in Thailand Updated: Nov-28-13 12:41 am
- Thailand cuts interest rate amid political strife Updated: Nov-27-13 6:04 am
- Questions, answers on Thailand political protests Updated: Nov-26-13 11:59 am
- Tiananmen leader denied in bid to return to China Updated: Nov-25-13 8:52 am
- NY case sheds light on meth cooking in North Korea Updated: Nov-24-13 12:31 pm
- 852 Thai children set human Christmas tree record Updated: Nov-22-13 7:19 am
- Fire damages Hollywood film set in Thailand Updated: Nov-21-13 4:16 am
- Thailand's $69.5B transport plan faces legal test Updated: Nov-21-13 12:02 am
- Thai court ruling deals new blow to government Updated: Nov-20-13 9:52 am
- Thailand extradites drug ring suspects to US Updated: Nov-19-13 6:07 am
- Resistance to malaria drugs has spread in SE Asia Updated: Nov-12-13 5:17 pm
- IMF calls on Thailand to end costly rice subsidies Updated: Nov-12-13 8:34 am
- UN: Cambodia wins temple dispute over Thailand Updated: Nov-11-13 10:28 am
BANGKOK - Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra said Tuesday she would not resign ahead of national elections set for Feb. 2, her voice filling with emotion as she discussed her family's role in Thai politics.
BANGKOK - The leader of protesters vying to topple Thailand's prime minister says his movement will establish what amounts to a parallel government - complete with "volunteer peacekeepers" to replace the police, a "people's council" to rule and a foreign policy to go with it.
BANGKOK - Thailand's political crisis took an unexpected turn Monday when Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra said she would dissolve the lower house of Parliament and call early elections. The move appeared to be an attempt to ease tension after weeks of sometimes violent anti-government demonstrations. The country has experienced years of alternating street protests between supporters and opponents of Yingluck's older brother, ex-Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra, who remains a key figure in Thai politics even though he is in self-imposed exile in Dubai.
ST. PAUL, Minnesota - Minnesota Agriculture Commissioner Dave Frederickson is leading a trade mission to Vietnam and Thailand starting this week.
KAMBON, Thailand - Here, in a village where electricity is still a novelty, they'll quickly tell you who was responsible for bringing change to this long-neglected corner of Thailand.
BANGKOK - Chris Brummitt, Vietnam chief of bureau for The Associated Press, has been promoted to the new role of Southeast Asia news editor, responsible for text coverage and operations across Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia and the Philippines.
BANGKOK - Both the protesters on the streets of Bangkok and the Thai government pleading for them to go home say they're on the side of democracy, but that is not what their increasingly dangerous conflict is about. This is a fight about power, and who ought to have it.
PHUKET, Thailand - A Thai court on Thursday sentenced a British kickboxer to 25 years in jail for the murder of a former U.S. Marine on a resort island in 2010.
BANGKOK - Thailand's central bank unexpectedly lowered the cost of credit Wednesday as escalating protests to topple the government add to pressure on the economy.
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HONG KONG - The second most-wanted student leader from the 1989 Tiananmen Square pro-democracy protests was turned back from Hong Kong on Monday in his latest attempt to surrender to Chinese authorities and return home.
NEW YORK - An international drug trafficker was caught on tape this year making a "Breaking Bad"-worthy boast about his ability to provide the U.S. market with mass quantities of methamphetamine - not blue, but still potent and from a unique source.
BANGKOK - Christmas is not a holiday in predominantly Buddhist Thailand, and its palm trees outnumber pines, but the country still set a world record with its holiday spirit.
BANGKOK - A fire damaged a film set in northern Thailand where Owen Wilson and Lake Bell have been filming a Hollywood thriller, police and the production company said Thursday.
BANGKOK - Thailand's plans to plow $69.5 billion into building high-speed train lines and other transport infrastructure are in limbo after the main opposition party launched a legal challenge to the spending.
BANGKOK - Thailand's embattled government received a sharp scolding Wednesday from the country's top court, with a ruling on constitutional change suggesting that the conservative political establishment is still not ready to reconcile with forces supporting former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra, who was ousted in a 2006 military coup.
BANGKOK - Five men wanted for allegedly conspiring to smuggle cocaine as part of an international criminal network were extradited from Thailand to the United States on Tuesday, officials said.
WASHINGTON - International experts raised the alarm Tuesday over the spread of drug-resistant malaria in several Southeast Asian countries, saying it endangers major global gains in fighting the mosquito-borne disease that kills more than 600,000 people annually.
BANGKOK - The International Monetary Fund called on Thailand to drop its multibillion dollar subsidies for rice growers, saying the program is undermining confidence in the country's finances.
THE HAGUE, Netherlands - Cambodia, not Thailand, has sovereignty over a disputed promontory around a 1,000-year-old temple, the U.N.'s highest court ruled Monday in a unanimous decision on a long-simmering border dispute.