A joint investigation by Thai human rights group iLaw, Southeast Asian internet watchdog Digital Reach, and Canadian cybersecurity watchdog Citizen Lab uncovered the use of Pegasus spyware on at least 30 government critics between October 2020 to November 2021.(Photo by Daniel Gzz)

Pegasus spyware scandal returns to haunt Thai govt

Allegations that Thai authorities used surveillance spyware on government critics returned to haunt those in power just a day before the no-confidence debate started on Tuesday. It was reported that…

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The high-profile sexual assault scandal: How will it change Thai society?

All Thai media outlets have been focused on the recent sexual assault case involving over 10 alleged victims and an accused who is a well-known politician and economist. Audiences are…

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Veteran politician quits Democrat over sexual assault scandal

Former Democrat Party deputy leader Vittaya Kaewparadai resigned from the party today (Friday), with a parting warning to the executive committee that the sex assault scandal in which Prinn Panitchpakdi…

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FILE / Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI gestures at Munich Airport before his departure to Rome, June 22, 2020 / REUTERS

Ex-Pope Benedict acknowledges ‘errors’ but no blame in abuse handling, seeks forgiveness

VATICAN CITY (Reuters)  Former Pope Benedict on Tuesday acknowledged that errors occurred in handling sexual abuse cases when he was Archbishop of Munich and asked for forgiveness, as his lawyers argued he was…

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Supreme Court sentences construction tycoon Premchai to three years two months

The Supreme Court has upheld the Appeals Court prison term of three years and two months, without suspension, handed down to Thai construction tycoon Premchai Karnasuta for poaching in Thungyai…

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CNN report on substandard gloves from Thailand may have been provided by duped American

A senior Thai police officer said today that he suspected that the recent CNN report about the export of tens of millions of used medical gloves to the United States,…

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Thai Commerce Minister to chair probe into reports of used medical gloves being exported to US

A fact-finding committee, chaired by Thailand’s Commerce Minister Jurin Laksanawisit, will meet at Government House this afternoon (Wednesday) to begin an investigation into claims, made in a recent CNN report,…

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Thailand’s National Office of Buddhism to probe conduct of monks prostrating before disrobed former Phra Yantra

Thailand’s National Office of Buddhism has promised to look into a controversial incident in which several monks were seen prostrating in front of a well known former monk, Phra Yantra,…

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