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Thailand’s King Maha Vajiralongkorn sits on the thrown with his official consort Sineenatra Wongvajirabhakdi at the royal palace. Sineenatra has been stripped of her titles and military ranks. Photograph: Thailand Royal Office via AP

When Thailand’s newly crowned King Maha Vajiralongkorn named one of his bodyguards as Noble Royal Consort on his birthday in July, no one had held the(...)

Thailand’s Grand Mosque is located in Pattani in the  south of the country, where thousands have been killed in a separatist insurgency that erupted in 2004. Photograph: Bazuki Muhammad/Reuters

Outside the Grand Mosque in Pattani, the largest in Thailand, white-veiled adolescents congregate, waiting for one of the motorised trishaws that ferr(...)

 A member of an explosive ordinance unit of the police collects evidence from the scene where a bomb was detonated on on Monday outside Erawan Shrine in central of Bangkok.  Photograph: Diego Azubel/EPA

A British woman living in Hong Kong was among the 22 people killed in a bomb near a shrine in the Thai capital Bangkok on Monday. British foreign sec(...)

 Chinese tourists walk past soldiers guarding with weapons at Ratchaprasong intersections in Bangkok today. Photograph: EPA

Thailand’s army declared martial law today to restore order after six months of anti-government protests that have left the country without a proper (...)

Anti-government protesters take part in a march at parliament  today in Bangkok, Thailand. Photograph: Lam Yik Fei/Getty Images

About 1,000 anti-government protesters forced their way into the compound of the Royal Thai Army headquarters in Bangkok today, the latest escalation (...)

A Red-Shirt pro-Thaksin supporter shouts slogans during a rally to support the Thai government at Rajamangala National Stadium in Bangkok. Photograph: Rungroj Yongrit

Thousands of anti-government protesters marched through the Thai capital today demanding the resignation of prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra, a day(...)

An armed police escort  for Muslim school children in the village of Tak Bai, location of one of the conflict’s worst massacres. Photograph: Tom Farrell

The banner at the junction in the village of Tak Bai is scripted in both Thai and Arabic. Above a gaggle of smiling schoolchildren, some clutching Tha(...)