NARATHIWAT, March 2--- An imam, or Muslim religious leader, was killed and his son was severely injured in a shooting attack in the restive southern province of Narathiwat.
BANGKOK, March 3 – Protest leader Suthep Thaugsuban said demonstrators would disperse and return home in case the political dispute becomes civil war.
SAMUT SAKHON, March 3 – Thailand's Election Commission (EC) reported a 10 per cent voter turnout for elections in 106 polling stations in five provinces yesterday.
BANGKOK, 2 March 2014 The Small and Medium Enterprise Development Bank of Thailand (SME Bank) is considering assistance measures for SMEs affected by political rallies in Bangkok’s commercial districts. The SMEs who are customers of the bank will be entitled to suspension of debt payments.
BANGKOK, March 3 –The Third Army Region Command was assigned to take legal action against a Red Shirt activist group in the North for instigating a political movement to separate Thailand, according to an army spokesman.
BANGKOK, March 1 -- The anti government protest leader Suthep Thaugsuban on Friday announced an end to "Bangkok Shutdown," by removing stages at the rally sites of Asoke, Silom, Pathumwan, Ratchaprasong intersection, leaving a remaining one at Lumpini Park.
BANGKOK, Feb 28 – Thailand's Election Commission (EC) today welcomed a move for dialogue between the two main conflicting parties in Thailand’s four-month political impasse.
SAKON NAKHON, Feb 28 – Large number of protected Siamese rosewood logs estimated to be worth about Bt5 million were confiscated in varied locations of Thailand's northeastern provinces as wood smuggling rings were preparing to transport them to neighbouring countries.
BANGKOK, Feb 28 - A Chanthaburi woman eating noodles with her husband, wounded by shooting at a rally in the eastern province of Trat, was pronounced dead at hospital early today, becoming the 23rd victim in a series of protest-related attacks since November, the permanent secretary for public health said.
Thailand’s tourism, consumption, private investment and exports have been negatively impacted by the political turmoil which enters a fifth month today, according to the Bank of Thailand (BoT).