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UDD petition UN against alleged harassments by the government

The United Front for Democracy against Dictatorship lodged a petition with the regional office of the United Nations in Bangkok on Friday accusing the...

Red Shirts: Election, national reform should run in parallel

BANGKOK, Dec 18 - The pro-government Red Shirt movement, the United Front Democracy against Dictatorship (UDD), agree with the country's reform in parallel with...

Government reaffirms no violence against anti-govt protesters

BANGKOK, Nov 10 - The government can still handle anti-government demonstrations and no violence will be used against protesters, said Deputy Prime Minister Pol...

Probe of Bangkok election complaints expected to be complete in 15...

BANGKOK, March 7 - The Election Commission (EC) said the investigation of complaints related to the March 3 gubernatorial election is expected to...

Deputy Commerce Minister presides over destruction of IP-violating merchandises worth 216...

BANGKOK, 1 March 2013  Deputy Commerce Minister Natthawut Saikua has presided over the destruction of merchandises that violated intellectual property, worth 216 million baht....

Thailand to designate 2013 as anti-piracy year

BANGKOK, Dec 21 - Thailand's Deputy Commerce Minister Natthawut Saikua said on Friday that the government has pledged to crack down on piracy and...

Red Shirt leader urges government to keep close watch on Pitak...

BANGKOK, Oct 30 - A key Red Shirt leader today warned the government to keep a close watch on the moves of the anti-government...

Red shirts commemorate 80th anniversary of Thai democracy

BANGKOK, June 24 – The United Front for Democracy against Dictatorship (UDD) -- or the red shirts – have gathered at Democracy Monument to...

Yellow Shirts postpone June 5 rally

BANGKOK, June 2 - Thailand's yellow-shirted movement, the People's Alliance for Democracy (PAD) on Saturday decided to postpone its June 5 rally after...

PM satisfied with new cabinet line-up

BANGKOK, Jan 19 - Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra on Thursday said she was satisfied with the new cabinet line-up, while reaffirming that the...

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