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Girl, 5, succumbs to wounds from Trat rally attack

RAYONG, Feb 26 – A five-year-old girl who was wounded in an attack on an anti-government rally in the eastern seaboard province of Trat...

CMPO to appeal Civil Court verdict on political conflicts

BANGKOK, Feb 21 – The Centre for Maintaining Peace and Order (CMPO) resolved today to appeal the Wednesday’s ruling of the Civil Court which...

Protesters warned of harsh action, move to invoke new emergency decree

BANGKOK, Feb 21 – Protesters were warned today of harsh legal action if they intrude into the Centre for Maintaining Peace and Order (CMPO)...

Protest leaders warned of violence if rallies continue

BANGKOK, Feb 14 – The Centre for Maintaining Peace and Order (CMPO) today threatened to use force in dealing anti-government protesters if they refuse...

DSI delays asking court to issue arrest warrants for 33 protest...

BANGKOK, Jan 8 - The Department of Special Investigation (DSI) delayed the process to seek arrest warrants for 33 anti-government leaders to tomorrow to...

DSI to seek arrest warrant for former monk

BANGKOK, July 15 - The Special Investigation Department (DSI) will seek court approval for an arrest warrant for Mr Wiraphon Sukphon, previously known as...

Woman tells DSI she was ex-monk’s wife

BANGKOK, July 15 – A woman from Si Sa Ket province claiming to be an ex-wife of defrocked Buddhist monk Wirapol Sukpol filed a...

DSI determines most luxury cars imported illegally

BANGKOK, June 18 – The Department of Special Investigation (DSI) today announced that 264 of 300 Mercedes Benz sedans it inspected were illegally imported....

DSI nails down Abhisit, Suthep in 2010 political upheaval

BANGKOK, June 15 – The Department of Special Investigation (DSI) has decided to officially file charges of premeditated murder against former prime minister Abhisit...

DSI accepts VAT refund fraud as special case

BANGKOK, June 10 – The Department of Special Investigation (DSI) on Monday accepted a case in which 30 private companies allegedly filed Bt2.6 billion...