Diaspora | Reuters | Friday March 7, 2014
A prominent member of Thailand's Indian community is fighting efforts to force him out the country for joining anti-government protests and appealed on Thursday to King Bhumibol Adulyadej for help in finding justice.
World | Reuters | Tuesday March 4, 2014
A state of emergency in Bangkok could be extended until anti-government protests end completely, Thailand's foreign minister said on Tuesday.
World | Agence France-Presse | Sunday March 2, 2014
Polls opened peacefully in five Thai provinces Sunday for re-runs of a widely disrupted general election, authorities said, in the first move to complete a troubled vote that could provide a mandate for a new government.
World | Reuters | Friday February 28, 2014
Protesters in Thailand said they will rally at ministries and companies linked to Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra on Friday, keeping up pressure on her to resign despite a vague proposal of talks from their leader.
World | Reuters | Wednesday February 26, 2014
Shots fired by unknown gunmen on Wednesday rattled parts of the Thai capital where anti-government protesters have set up camp for weeks, with small but occasionally deadly bombs and gunfire fast becoming the new norm in the city.
World | Reuters | Tuesday February 25, 2014
An explosion and gunfire rang out near a sprawling anti-government protest site in the Thai capital early on Tuesday.
World | Associated Press | Sunday February 23, 2014
An apparent grenade explosion at an anti-government protest site in Thailand's capital killed two people on Sunday, a day after an attack at a similar demonstration in an eastern province killed a child.
World | Reuters | Sunday February 23, 2014
A bomb killed a boy and wounded 24 people in a busy shopping district in the Thai capital on Sunday, hours after supporters of Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra promised to get tough with demonstrators paralysing parts of the city.
World | Reuters | Wednesday February 19, 2014
Protesters seeking to oust Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra plan to rally at her temporary office on Wednesday.
World | Agence France-Presse | Monday February 17, 2014
Thai opposition demonstrators besieged the seat of government on Monday in defiance of authorities who have vowed to reclaim the zone this week so Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra can return to work at her headquarters.
World | Press Trust of India | Friday February 14, 2014
Thousands of Thai riot police today reclaimed a key protest site around government headquarters here, besieged for months by the anti-government demonstrators bent on toppling beleaguered premier Yingluck Shinawatra.
World | Reuters | Friday February 7, 2014
Thailand's inability to form a new government has left the country facing a slow-burn budget crisis, with a costly rice-buying scheme close to collapse and public investment plans that were meant to support the flagging economy under threat.
World | Reuters | Thursday February 6, 2014
Thai election officials struggled on Thursday to shore up a chaotic weekend ballot disrupted by anti-government protesters who blocked polling stations and stopping people voting in nearly a quarter of the country.
World | Reuters | Monday February 3, 2014
Elections in Thailand passed off peacefully on Sunday but the country was no nearer to ending its intractable political conflict, with the government facing the prospect of months of paralysis, protests and complex legal challenges.
World | Reuters | Saturday February 1, 2014
Dozens of gunshots and at least two explosions raised tensions amid anti-government protests in the Thai capital on Saturday, a day ahead of a general election seen as incapable of restoring stability in the deeply polarised country.
World | Reuters | Wednesday January 29, 2014
Thailand's embattled government is pushing ahead with a general election on Sunday despite warnings it could end in violence and the country left without a functioning administration for six months.
World | Agence France-Presse | Sunday January 26, 2014
Thai anti-government protesters besieged polling stations in Bangkok Sunday forcing dozens to close as advance voting for controversial elections got under way, deepening doubts over the viability of next weekend's ballot.
World | Reuters | Friday January 24, 2014
Thailand's Constitutional Court opened the way on Friday to delay a general election the government has set for February 2, a ruling that could further drag out the country's political deadlock, already in its third month.
World | Reuters | Thursday January 23, 2014
A leading pro-government activist was shot and wounded on Wednesday in Thailand's northeast, a stronghold of Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra, as a state of emergency began in the capital where protesters are trying to force her from power.
World | Agence France-Presse | Wednesday January 22, 2014
Defiant Thai opposition protesters vowed to ignore a state of emergency that come into force across the tense capital on Wednesday, refusing to abandon their fight to bring down the government.