Indian police are on the lookout for three Iranians they suspect of involvement in last month's bombing of an Israeli Embassy car in New Delhi, a senior investigator said Thursday.
Thai police say three Iranian bombing suspects targeted Israeli diplomats. CNN's Sara Sidner reports.
Thai police have arrested and detained another Iranian suspect in connection with a series of bombs that went off in Bangkok this month, a law enforcement official said.
Police in Thailand widen their search for suspects linked to a series of Bangkok explosions. CNN's Anna Coren reports.
A series of blasts last week in Thailand that set off accusations between Iran and Israel involved bombs disguised as radio sets, police said Wednesday.
The Thai police are seeking more suspects in connection with the series of bombs that went off in Bangkok last week as they try to piece together the facts in a murky affair that has fueled accusations between Israel and Iran.
Thai police want to arrest another Iranian allegedly behind the bombs in Bangkok, a fifth member of a group they say intended to strike Israeli diplomats.
Even before the smoke had cleared from a series of bombings in the Thai capital of Bangkok Tuesday, Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak blamed Iran for the incident, as well as the attacks against Israeli diplomats in Delhi and Georgia two days ago.
Four were injured when a bomb attached to an Israeli embassy van detonated near the Israeli mission in New Delhi, India.
Israel's defense minister blamed Iran for a series of bombings in the Thai capital of Bangkok Tuesday, a day after attacks against the country's diplomats in India and Georgia.
The Thai government said Monday that it had found the basic ingredients for explosive devices in a building in central Thailand, just days after the United States and Israel warned their citizens in Bangkok of the possibility of an imminent terrorist attack.
Investigators in Thailand have arrested a Lebanese terror suspect who is accused of trying to attack spots in Bangkok that are popular with Western tourists, the Thai government said Friday.
Thailand and Cambodia have agreed to withdraw their troops from the area surrounding a disputed border temple, the official Thai news agency MCOT reported.
A Thai criminal court has sentenced a Thai-born American to 2 1/2 years in prison for insulting the monarchy, the latest case involving controversial laws for defaming, insulting or threatening the royal family.
Sangduen "Lek" Chailert is known as Thailand's elephant queen.
Thai authorities have summoned former Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva for questioning over the deaths of protesters during a deadly crackdown last year.
Flooding ravaged parts of southern Thailand on Thursday, with residents there joining their countrymen in Bangkok and beyond struggling with the effects of high water.
Some Bangkok residents may be living with flood water for months, and they're not happy about it. Liz Neisloss reports.
Thai authorities are considering the construction of a super-express waterway through Bangkok to prevent future floods similar to the one that has crippled the Thai capital and brought manufacturing in other parts of the country to a standstill.
While flooding still threatens Bangkok, the ancient temples at Ayutthaya have re-emerged. CNN's Liz Neisloss reports.
The mammoth flooding that has deluged much of Thailand, killing hundreds, appears to be subsiding.
Prefabricated shells meant for building Bangkok's elevated skyway have become home for flood refugees.
CNN's Liz Neisloss reports on how the city of Bangkok is coping with ongoing flood waters.
CNN's Pedram Javaheri takes a look at the latest updates from the widespread flooding in southeast Asia.
Bangkok resident, Anisha Prachaseri, talks to CNN about the danger of disease and power outages in her flooded country.
Flooding in Bangkok, Thailand is coming closer to the city's downtown business district. CNN's Tom Sater reports.
Flooding caused by monsoon rains and swollen rivers has ravaged Thailand, affecting more than 9.5 million people nationwide.
The death toll from Thailand's worst flooding in half a century reached 506 Sunday as floodwaters inched southward toward downtown Bangkok, the interior ministry said.
Thailand's floodwaters inched toward downtown Bangkok Saturday, threatening some subway stations as leaders urged residents not to open defenses set up to divert the waters from the capital.
Hana Microelectronics CEO Richard Han discusses the impact of Thailand's floods on business.
The worst flooding in generations crept deeper into Bangkok Friday as the Thai leader asked residents to come to terms with water everywhere.
These satellite photos taken before and after recent floods in Thailand show how the landscape has been transformed.
Bangkok's Don Muang Airport is now the home for 500 evacuees from the floods. ITN's John Sparks reports.
CNN's Sara Sidner reports Bangkok has seen some relief from flood waters, but residents are not out of the woods yet.
Thousands of people in the Thai capital, Bangkok, are evacuating their homes in the face of deadly flooding.
Just when the electronics industry had finally recovered from Japan's massive earthquake earlier this year, devastating flooding in Thailand has once again stymied production of several key consumer electronics components.
CNN's Sara Sidner rode with the U.S. military on a helicopter over Bangkok to survey the extent of the flooding.
CNN's Sara Sidner reports from Bangkok, where flood-related gridlock is choking the city.
Still recovering from the Japanese earthquake, tsunami, and nuclear meltdown disaster, Asian automakers are now getting hit by another ecological nightmare: floods.
Natasha Cheung of World Vision describes the challenges of getting aid to flood victims in Thailand.
Bangkok faces the highest flood levels yet and is preparing for the worst, the governor of the Thai capital told CNN.
People in and around Bangkok are being moved to higher ground as floodwaters spread. CNN's Paula Hancocks reports.
Floodwaters in Bangkok have reached Don Muang Airport, one of the Thai capital's two main airports and home to the flood relief operation command, which may have to move to another location, according to the governor.
Efforts are under way to protect Bangkok from approaching floodwaters, amid a heavy toll. CNN's Paula Hancocks reports.
CNN's Paula Hancocks reports on the turmoil in Thailand where more than nine million people have been affected by floods.
The worst flooding to afflict Thailand in half a century could take more than a month to recede in some areas, the Thai government said Sunday.
Thailand's Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra warned Saturday that more water would pour into the capital, Bangkok, as the country endures its worst flood in half a century, state media reported.
CNN's Paula Hancocks reports on the plight of the people in Bangkok who are overwhelmed by flooding.
ITN's John Sparks reports on how Bangkok is preparing for flood waters that are flowing towards the city.
Residents in parts of Bangkok cleared stores of bottled water and sought high ground to park their cars Thursday as government workers fought to contain flooding inching towards the capital city.
Bangkok residents continue to evacuate as flood waters rise. ITN's John Sparks reports.
At least 745 people have died in flooding in Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, Laos and the Philippines since July, the Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific said.
The death toll from the worst floods in half a century to hit Thailand continued to climb Tuesday as the government rushed to shore up defenses around the capital.
Thai authorities on Monday moved to ease fears that the devastating floods that have engulfed much of the country will swamp the capital.
CNN's Paula Hancocks reports on the effort to get aid to parts of Thailand devastated by flooding.
[Updated 4:30 p.m. ET, Monday, October 17] People wade through floodwaters in Ayutthaya, Thailand, a city that has been submerged for nearly two weeks now.
Thailand's devastating floodwaters are draining southward towards Bangkok Friday, and residents have been told to prepare for the worst when the spring high tide and a huge volume of water flowing down the Chao Phraya River merge over the next couple of days.
More than two months of floods and 8 million people affected -- the disaster in Thailand is immense; the aid effort a challenge.
The brutal force of floods is wreaking havoc on several countries in southeast Asia.
Workers in Thailand are racing against time Thursday to shore-up protective floodwalls in Bangkok with sandbags and mud to stop the country's devastating floods from engulfing parts of the capital.
CNN's Mari Ramos explains why Thailand's rivers are "backing up", causing water to rise.
As flooding continues in Southeast Asia, Thailand's capital is bracing for the worst. CNN's Ralitsa Vassileva reports.
Thailand's capital was braced for unprecedented flooding Wednesday, amid the monsoon rains that have overwhelmed much of the country as well as Laos, Cambodia and the Philippines in recent weeks.
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CNN's Andrew Stevens with a look at the cumulative effect of flooding in Thailand.
The death toll from months of devastating floods in Thailand has risen to 237, authorities said Wednesday.
Heavy rains and flooding have killed at least 87 people in Thailand in recent months, local authorities said.
The Thai parliament elected the nation's first female prime minister Friday, with more than half the lawmakers backing her vote.
Thai authorities have released 70 women and girls originally from Laos and Myanmar following a trafficking raid in southern Thailand.
Thai PM-elect Yingluck Shinawatra talks with CNN in her first post-election interview with international media.
The woman set to become Thailand's first female prime minister, Yingluck Shinawatra, said Monday that authorities will reopen an investigation into her brother, former Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra, who was convicted of corruption after being forced from office.
Thai voters went to the polls for the fourth time in seven years and elected their first-ever female prime minister.
Thailand's first elections since last year's violent protests place it at the crossroads between national reconciliation and further destabilization, a scenario analysts believe could have serious implications beyond its borders.
CNN's Sara Sidner looks at the fierce rivalry between the red shirts and the yellow shirts in Thailand's elections.
Crew members piloting a Qantas passenger flight from Thailand to London returned to Bangkok shortly after takeoff early Friday after detecting vibrations and high temperature in one of the aircraft's engines, according to a statement released by the airline.
Thailand's King Bhumibol Adulyadej approved the prime minister's request to dissolve the lower chamber of that country's Parliament on Monday, setting the stage for new elections, a government spokesman said.
Leaders from Thailand and Cambodia failed to reach an agreement Sunday in a meeting aimed at mediating a longstanding border conflict over an ancient Hindu temple.
Tens of thousands of people have fled fighting between Thailand and Cambodia over the past week, 30 people have been injured, and five Thai soldiers have been killed, the Thai Ministry of Public Health said Tuesday.
Fighting erupted for a third consecutive day in a disputed area along the Thai-Cambodian border Sunday, a Thai military official said.
Renewed clashes in a disputed area along the Thai-Cambodian border killed at least one Thai soldier and left 11 people injured Saturday, Thailand's MCOT news agency reported.
Thailand's foreign minister gives his country's side of the border skirmish with Cambodia.
The death toll from the flash floods that swept through southern Thailand has risen to 51, the public health ministry said Monday.
Thai Airways stepped up its efforts to evacuate stranded tourists Thursday after deadly flash floods swept through eight provinces in southern Thailand.
At least 21 people are dead after flash floods swept through eight provinces in southern Thailand, according to the country's Interior Ministry.
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Thailand and Cambodia have been clashing for several days over a disputed Hindu temple. CNN's Ralitsa Vassileva reports.
At least 12 people were injured when a bomb exploded in southern Thailand Sunday morning, police said.
A Canadian man who admitted to running a sex ring involving young boys at his home in Thailand was sentenced by a federal judge in Newark, New Jersey, to 25 years in prison, court officials said Monday.
A Pakistani man was arrested in Barcelona for links to a group that allegedly supplied forged passports to terrorists close to al Qaeda, Spanish police said Friday.
Authorities in Thailand were trying Tuesday to deal with a new group of 67 members of an ethnic Muslim minority that arrived in a boat claiming that they were the victims of persecution.
Rohingya refugees seeking asylum and work from Myanmar face a tough future in Thailand. CNN's Anna Coren reports.
Nine civilians were killed and two others were injured Tuesday in a bombing in southern Thailand, a region that has seen recent insurgent attacks, an official said.
Thailand's red-shirted anti-government protesters returned to the streets of Bangkok Sunday for their first demonstration since a state of emergency was lifted last month.
The Thai Cabinet agreed on Tuesday to lift a state of emergency that had been in place since April in Bangkok and three surrounding provinces. The order will go into effect Wednesday.
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Three suspects arrested in Thailand on alleged terror ties have confessed to making counterfeit passports and other documents, the Thai news agency reported Thursday.
Thailand's Constitutional Court dismissed a case that could have disbanded the country's ruling party Monday, the country's MCOT news agency reported.