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post 18 September 2014
Read more from John Sparks on the World News blog Thai PM says sorry after beach deaths 'bikini' comment

After insensitive comments by Thailand's PM about the deaths of two Britons, the Thai government expresses regret and insists the safety of foreigners is of "highest priority".

post 17 September 2014
Read more from John Sparks on the World News blog Thai beach deaths: British brothers questioned

Two British brothers who left the Thai island of Koh Tao where police are investigating the brutal murders of two British backpackers are stopped by police before boarding a London bound flight.

post 16 September 2014
Read more from John Sparks on the World News blog Thai beach deaths: police focus on Burmese community

Police investigating the deaths of two young Britons, whose bodies were found on a beach on Thailand's Koh Tao island, are focusing their inquiries on the Burmese migrant community.

post 15 September 2014
Read more from John Sparks on the World News blog Two Britons found dead on Thai island beach

A man and a woman have been found dead with head wounds on a beach in Koh Tao.

post 30 June 2014
Read more from John Sparks on the World News blog The Thai fortune-teller who has lost faith in the future

To me, it sounded like one of the best known fortune-tellers in south east Asia, Luck Rakanithes, believes he made his own luck.

post 28 June 2014
Read more from John Sparks on the World News blog Thailand: did fortune-tellers predict military coup?

Banned protests, free concerts and models... Thailand is changing under military rule - but how much did fortune-tellers have to play in the coup?

video 01 June 2014 World, Thailand

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Thais find new ways to protest against military coup - video

Anti-coup protesters in Bangkok are finding imaginative ways of avoiding a clamp-down on demonstrations.

post 28 May 2014
Read more from John Sparks on the World News blog Thai military raids target 'red shirt' protest leaders

Since the military coup in Thailand, the junta has produced lists of the people it wants to report to army bases, sending many leaders of the red shirt protest movement into hiding.

post 25 May 2014
Read more from John Sparks on the World News blog Thailand post-coup: protests amid media crackdown

More demonstrations on the streets of Bangkok as the military summons newspaper editors and bans gatherings of more than five people at a time.