Thailand suspends Peace TV’s broadcasting World

Thailand suspends Peace TV’s broadcasting

Thailand has suspended the broadcast license held by the satellite-based Peace TV led by red-shirt leaders for 30 days because its two recent programmes were deemed detrimental to national security.
Former Thai PM faces new legal troubles World

Former Thai PM faces new legal troubles

The National Anti-Corruption Committee of Thailand expects to wrap up its probe into alleged dereliction of duty by former PM Yingluck Shinawatra and 33 former cabinet members in her administration by September, local media reported on July 27.
Thai court’s verdict on ex-PM scheduled for August 25 World

Thai court’s verdict on ex-PM scheduled for August 25

Thailand’s Supreme Court has set August 25 as the date for a verdict in the trial of former Prime Minister (PM) Yingluck Shinawatra, who is accused of wasting billions of US dollar on a controversial rice-pledging scheme.
Thai Court drops Yingluck’s petition ASEAN

Thai Court drops Yingluck’s petition

The Criminal Court of Thailand on October 6 dropped a petition from deposed Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra , which accused judges of being unfair in their handling of charges against her.