Two men accused of carrying out a bombing at a Bangkok shrine which left 20 people dead have appeared in court.Read the full story ›
A dashboard camera has captured stunning footage of what is thought to be a meteor lighting up the sky above Bangkok.Read the full story ›
A man walked into his neighbour's house and stabbed five children to death with a 19-inch kitchen knife because he was annoyed by the noise.Read the full story ›
The family of a British backpacker murdered in Thailand have spoken of the 'tortuous pain' of her death one year on.Read the full story ›
A key suspect in the Bangkok bombing has fled to Turkey, The Associated Press reports, citing police in Thailand.
Twenty people died in the blast, including one British citizen.
Two men and a woman have been detained in Malaysia in connection with last month's bomb blast in Bangkok which killed 20.
Inspector General Khalid Abu Bakar said they were of Pakistani national and Malaysian nationality.
The arrests were made following a tip-off by Thai authorities.
The August 17 blast at the Erawan Shrine in the Thai capital also injured more than 120.
DNA found on the weapon allegedly used in the murder of two British backpackers in Thailand does not match the men accused of killing them.Read the full story ›
A series of amateur videos showing a mysterious fireball above Bangkok have prompted fevered speculation as to what it might be.Read the full story ›
The fingerprints of one of the arrested suspects in last month's deadly Bangkok bombing match those found on "bomb-making material", Thailand police have said.
BREAKING: Thai police say arrested suspect's fingerprints same as ones on bomb-making material.
A second foreign suspect has been arrested in connection with last month's Bangkok bombing, Thailand's Prime Minister confirmed today.
The arrest comes two days after a 28-year-old "foreigner" was detained by police during a raid at a flat in the north of the capital.
The male suspect was arrested in Sa Kaeo province, which is east of Bangkok on the border with Cambodia, Prayuth said.
"We have arrested one more, he is not a Thai," Prayuth told reporters after a weekly cabinet meeting.