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Government officials supporting PDRC rallies threatened with criminal and disciplinary charges

BANGKOK, 17 Jan 2014 Deputy Prime Minister, Police General Pracha Promnok reminded officials and state employees joining or providing any form of assistance to...

CAPO: Civil servants, state enterprise employees guilty if joining protests

BANGKOK, Jan 17 - Center for Administration of Peace and Order (CAPO) warned civil servants and state enterprise officials that they will be found...

Govt extends emergency decree in southern border region; eight wounded in...

BANGKOK, Dec 12 –  A security meeting  today resolved to extend the emergency decree enforcement in Thailand's three southern border provinces of Pattani, Yala...

Thai Government asks Thais to stay at home between 10 pm...

BANGKOK, 1 December 2013 Deputy Prime Minister Pracha Promnok has announced on the nationwide television broadcast on Sunday evening that the overall situation is...

DPM: State offices still open despite ongoing protest

BANGKOK, 30 Nov 2013 The Deputy Prime Minister in charge of national security has asserted that all state offices are still open as usual...

CAPO pleads for public not to join illegal activities currently underway

BANGKOK, 30 November 2013 The Center for Administration of Peace and Order (CAPO) pleaded for the public not to join the illegal activities...

Court issues warrant to arrest protest leader Suthep

BANGKOK, Nov 26 – The Criminal Court today issued a warrant to arrest former Democrat MP Suthep Thaugsuban for instigating unrest and work stoppages,...

More Muslim groups joining next month’s peace dialogue

BANGKOK, Nov 15 – The next round of peace talks in December between Thai government security officials and Muslim insurgent groups in southern Thailand...

Deputy PM warns of third party involvement in protest

BANGKOK, Nov 15 – Deputy Prime Minister Pracha Promnok today warned of stern action against protesters at the Democracy Monument if they go overboard...

Democrat-led rally relocates to Democracy Monument

BANGKOK, Nov 4 – Democrat MP Suthep Thaugsuban declared today that demonstrators against the Amnesty Bill would permanently move today from Samsen railway station...