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Foreign Min releases statement condemning recent attacks

BANGKOK, 26 February 2014  The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has issued a statement condemning recent violent incidents that have claimed many lives and wounded...

Protest leader Suthep rejects negotiations with govt

BANGKOK, Feb 25 – Protest leader Suthep Thaugsuban today flatly ruled out dialogue with the government to end Thailand’s political conflicts. ...

Surapong believes deporting Indian businessman won’t affect Thai-Indian relations

BANGKOK, Feb 7 - Caretaker Deputy Prime Minister/Foreign Minister Surapong Tovichakchaikul said he believed the deportation of Indian businessman Satish Sehgal will not negatively...

Caretaker PM occupies Defence HQ as office despite intimidation

BANGKOK, Feb 4 - A protesters' blockade at the Defence office yesterday did not deter caretaker Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra who insisted on using...

Advance election fails in 89 constituencies, protesters block polling booths

BANGKOK, Jan 27 – Advance elections in 89 of 375 constituencies nationwide were disrupted yesterday after anti-government protesters sealed off the polling stations, according...

Surapong: Enforcement of Emergency Decree constitutional

BANGKOK, 26 January 2014 The government has assured that its decision to invoke the Emergency Decree is constitutional as well as to protect the...

Govt offers olive branch despite bolder law against protesters

BANGKOK, Jan 23 – The caretaker government renewed its call for dialogue with protesters even as the Emergency Decree was invoked yesterday. ...

Govt imposes Emergency Decree to control protests

BANGKOK, 21 January 2014  The government has declared the state of emergency in Bangkok and nearby provinces for 60 days in a bid to...

Emergency Decree invoked, protesters vow to fight on

BANGKOK, Jan 21 – The Emergency Decree will be invoked in Bangkok and parts of outlying provinces, effective for 60 days starting tomorrow, in...

CAPO: Assailants on Banthat Thong road disguised as rally goers

BANGKOK, 19 January 2014  Official investigations showed that the grenade thrown into anti-government protesters while marching on Banthat Thong Road was thrown by someone...

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