World News | Reuters | Monday July 7, 2014
Thailand's military government said on Monday peace in the Muslim-dominated south was an "urgent national priority" for the Buddhist-majority country following a decade of unrest blamed on separatists.
World News | Reuters | Sunday June 1, 2014
Thai police and soldiers flooded downtown Bangkok on Saturday to pre-empt further protests against a May 22 coup after the army chief said a return to democracy would take more than a year.
World News | Reuters | Tuesday May 27, 2014
Thailand soldiers burst into a journalists' club in Bangkok on Tuesday and detained a former minister in the government deposed by the army last week after he had denounced the coup as a disaster.
World News | Reuters | Friday May 23, 2014
Thailand is in danger of losing its crown as the world's top destination for medical tourism if foreigners looking for low-cost, quality healthcare are scared off by political unrest, especially at a time of growing competition from Asian rivals.
Indo-Asian News Service | Saturday May 10, 2014
Founder of International Premier Tennis League Mahesh Bhupathi said the decision to move first leg to Manila was taken due to political unrest in Bangkok.
World News | Agence France-Presse | Tuesday May 6, 2014
At least six people were wounded in twin blasts in southern Thailand's main commercial city of Hat Yai -- the gateway to the kingdom's insurgency-stricken deep south, authorities said Tuesday.
World News | Reuters | Monday February 24, 2014
Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra, the target of anti-government protesters who have blocked parts of Bangkok for weeks, has left the capital and is staying 150 km (90 miles) away, her office said on Monday, without specifying the location.
World News | Reuters | Monday January 20, 2014
Thai authorities are "very seriously" considering a state of emergency after a weekend of violence in the capital where protesters have been trying for more than two months to bring down the government, the security chief said on Monday.
Thursday January 16, 2014
Race of Champions 2014, which was to be held on December 14-15 at Thailand was cancelled on account of political unrest in the Thai capital of Bangkok.
World News | Associated Press | Sunday August 4, 2013
The Thai capital is bracing for possible unrest this week, with street protests expected over moves in parliament that could eventually lead to a pardon for ousted Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra.
World News | Agence France-Presse | Saturday November 24, 2012
Thai police on Saturday used tear gas at an anti-government protest in the capital Bangkok, the scene of several outbreaks of violent unrest in recent years.
World News | Press Trust of India | Thursday May 20, 2010
The Thai government on Thursday declared the situation in the nation's capital under control though troops continued to battle pockets of resistance by Red Shirt protesters as the conflict spread to the rural northeast.
World News | Agence France-Presse | Thursday May 20, 2010
Nine people were killed in clashes at a temple declared a "safe zone" within a Thai anti- government rally site which was shut down in a military offensive, police said on Thursday."Doctors and medical workers who went to the scene said they saw nine bodies inside the temple," Police Operation Center spokesman Prawut Thavornsiri said.The death toll...
World News | Associated Press | Wednesday May 19, 2010
The Thai government has declared a curfew in Bangkok from 8 pm until 6 am as rioting and violence spread across the capital.