Thai people credit their revered current monarch King Bhumibol Adulyadej with driving rainmaking projects back in the late 1960s
"Gas pyrogens intended to extinguish fires opened and kept oxygen out resulting in injuries and death," the bank said.
Abhisit Vejjajiva said the junta was failing to carry out necessary economic reforms
The alleged assailants have all been charged with rape and violent assault
The 88-year-old king has remained at Bangkok’s Siriraj Hospital since May 2015, when he was treated for...
Gross domestic product expanded 2.8 percent in the three months through December from a year earlier
There was little sign of them being scared off by the bombing at a shrine in Bangkok in August that...
Thailand's junta has faced repeated criticism for rights groups
Since the 1980s, a boom in shrimp farming has decimated mangroves around the world.
"Whoever is going to buy this will have to pay a high price to get Central out or they will have to...
A team from the Department of Civil Aviation has been sent to inspect the piece of metal.
"We think we have the situation under control," the tourism minister said.
The debris "could have been under the sea for no more than a year, judging from barnacles on it."
Berli is keen to expand in fast-growing markets in Southeast Asia, especially Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and Vietnam
She faces 10 years in prison if convicted in the case