Bangkok Protests


'Bangkok Protests' - 16 News Result(s)

  • Bangkok Police Detain 3 People Over Street Demonstration

    Bangkok Police Detain 3 People Over Street Demonstration

    Thai police plucked at least three people off the streets of the capital today, after they held a small gathering to "exchange views" with the country's military junta.

  • Thai Coup Leader Cements Grip, Assumes Law-Making Power

    Thai Coup Leader Cements Grip, Assumes Law-Making Power

    Thailand's military junta said on Saturday it had disbanded the Senate and placed all law-making authority in the army chief's hands, dramatically tightening its grip after a coup that has sparked Bangkok protests and drawn international condemnation.

  • Explosion, gunfire ring out near Bangkok protest site

    Explosion, gunfire ring out near Bangkok protest site

    An explosion and gunfire rang out near a sprawling anti-government protest site in the Thai capital early on Tuesday.

  • Defiant Thai protesters besiege government headquarters

    Defiant Thai protesters besiege government headquarters

    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.

  • 28 wounded in blasts at Bangkok protest site

    28 wounded in blasts at Bangkok protest site

    The number of wounded in two explosions that shook an anti-government demonstration site in Bangkok has climbed to 28.

  • Thailand pro-government 'Red Shirts' vow election support

    Thailand pro-government 'Red Shirts' vow election support

    Thai government supporters on Wednesday threw their backing behind upcoming elections in the protest-hit nation, warning that proposals from opposition rallies aimed at suspending the country's democracy risked "absolute dictatorship".

  • Thai protesters end rally at police headquarters but say fight will go on

    Thai protesters end rally at police headquarters but say fight will go on

    Protesters in Thailand trying to bring down the government abruptly ended a rally at the national police headquarters on Wednesday

  • Thailand Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra survives no-confidence vote

    Thailand Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra survives no-confidence vote

    Thailand's embattled Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra on Thursday easily survived a parliamentary no-confidence vote against her, the house speaker said, as raucous protests continued on Bangkok's streets.

  • Bangkok braces for political street protests on possible pardon to ousted Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra

    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.

  • Thousands mark 'Red Shirt' crackdown in Bangkok

    Thousands mark 'Red Shirt' crackdown in Bangkok

    uddhist monks led prayers as tens of thousands gathered in Bangkok to mark the second anniversary of deadly clashes between soldiers and "Red Shirt" protesters. The scene Saturday was a sharp contrast with two years earlier, when Thailand was at war with itself and troops moved in to crush a nine-week anti-government protest that left more than 90...

  • Thailand: 'Red Shirts' protest in Bangkok

    Thailand: 'Red Shirts' protest in Bangkok

    Twenty-thousand Red Shirt protesters descended on the streets of Thailand's capital on Sunday, taking over the Bangkok Democracy Monument as they held a peaceful but noisy rally.Marching from the central business district of Ratchaprasong, the anti-government demonstrators arrived at the monument in the afternoon local time and were planning to sta...

  • Thailand counts its colossal losses

    Bangkok seems to be slowly inching back towards some sort of normalcy, but the scars aren't going to fade too quickly. As parts of Bangkok came back to normal on Friday, the worst hit by the violence is the tourism industry. "Ladies and gentlemen, we have restored order in the capital of Bangkok, and the provinces of Thailand. We have been able to ...

  • Thai troops storm into Bangkok protest zone, 3 dead

    Thai soldiers with armored vehicles stormed into a fortified encampment occupied by anti-government protesters on Wednesday, breaking through bamboo-and-tire barricades in a major military offensive in the heart of Bangkok.Three foreign journalists were shot. One was an Italian photographer who was shot in the chest and he showed no signs of life...

  • Bangkok: Anti-govt protesters, troops clash

    Thai troops opened fire at a fortified encampment of anti-government protesters in central Bangkok on Wednesday.

  • Wounded rogue Thai general dies as chaos continues

    A rogue Thai general who aided anti-government protesters and was shot by an unidentified sniper died Monday from his wounds, raising fears of new violence after five days of street battles that have killed 36 people in downtown Bangkok.Thai news reports said that Major General Khattiya Sawasdiphol, a renegade army officer accused of creating a par...

'Bangkok Protests' - 16 News Result(s)

  • Bangkok Police Detain 3 People Over Street Demonstration

    Bangkok Police Detain 3 People Over Street Demonstration

    Thai police plucked at least three people off the streets of the capital today, after they held a small gathering to "exchange views" with the country's military junta.

  • Thai Coup Leader Cements Grip, Assumes Law-Making Power

    Thai Coup Leader Cements Grip, Assumes Law-Making Power

    Thailand's military junta said on Saturday it had disbanded the Senate and placed all law-making authority in the army chief's hands, dramatically tightening its grip after a coup that has sparked Bangkok protests and drawn international condemnation.

  • Explosion, gunfire ring out near Bangkok protest site

    Explosion, gunfire ring out near Bangkok protest site

    An explosion and gunfire rang out near a sprawling anti-government protest site in the Thai capital early on Tuesday.

  • Defiant Thai protesters besiege government headquarters

    Defiant Thai protesters besiege government headquarters

    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.

  • 28 wounded in blasts at Bangkok protest site

    28 wounded in blasts at Bangkok protest site

    The number of wounded in two explosions that shook an anti-government demonstration site in Bangkok has climbed to 28.

  • Thailand pro-government 'Red Shirts' vow election support

    Thailand pro-government 'Red Shirts' vow election support

    Thai government supporters on Wednesday threw their backing behind upcoming elections in the protest-hit nation, warning that proposals from opposition rallies aimed at suspending the country's democracy risked "absolute dictatorship".

  • Thai protesters end rally at police headquarters but say fight will go on

    Thai protesters end rally at police headquarters but say fight will go on

    Protesters in Thailand trying to bring down the government abruptly ended a rally at the national police headquarters on Wednesday

  • Thailand Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra survives no-confidence vote

    Thailand Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra survives no-confidence vote

    Thailand's embattled Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra on Thursday easily survived a parliamentary no-confidence vote against her, the house speaker said, as raucous protests continued on Bangkok's streets.

  • Bangkok braces for political street protests on possible pardon to ousted Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra

    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.

  • Thousands mark 'Red Shirt' crackdown in Bangkok

    Thousands mark 'Red Shirt' crackdown in Bangkok

    uddhist monks led prayers as tens of thousands gathered in Bangkok to mark the second anniversary of deadly clashes between soldiers and "Red Shirt" protesters. The scene Saturday was a sharp contrast with two years earlier, when Thailand was at war with itself and troops moved in to crush a nine-week anti-government protest that left more than 90...

  • Thailand: 'Red Shirts' protest in Bangkok

    Thailand: 'Red Shirts' protest in Bangkok

    Twenty-thousand Red Shirt protesters descended on the streets of Thailand's capital on Sunday, taking over the Bangkok Democracy Monument as they held a peaceful but noisy rally.Marching from the central business district of Ratchaprasong, the anti-government demonstrators arrived at the monument in the afternoon local time and were planning to sta...

  • Thailand counts its colossal losses

    Bangkok seems to be slowly inching back towards some sort of normalcy, but the scars aren't going to fade too quickly. As parts of Bangkok came back to normal on Friday, the worst hit by the violence is the tourism industry. "Ladies and gentlemen, we have restored order in the capital of Bangkok, and the provinces of Thailand. We have been able to ...

  • Thai troops storm into Bangkok protest zone, 3 dead

    Thai soldiers with armored vehicles stormed into a fortified encampment occupied by anti-government protesters on Wednesday, breaking through bamboo-and-tire barricades in a major military offensive in the heart of Bangkok.Three foreign journalists were shot. One was an Italian photographer who was shot in the chest and he showed no signs of life...

  • Bangkok: Anti-govt protesters, troops clash

    Thai troops opened fire at a fortified encampment of anti-government protesters in central Bangkok on Wednesday.

  • Wounded rogue Thai general dies as chaos continues

    A rogue Thai general who aided anti-government protesters and was shot by an unidentified sniper died Monday from his wounds, raising fears of new violence after five days of street battles that have killed 36 people in downtown Bangkok.Thai news reports said that Major General Khattiya Sawasdiphol, a renegade army officer accused of creating a par...

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