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Tuesday, May 21, 2019

Joint Thai-Myanma Visakha Bucha Celebration

TAK — Buddhists from Thailand and Myanmar came together to celebrate the birth, enlightenment, and death of Lord Buddha in a religious ceremony held near the Thai-Myanmar border in Tak province today.

Army Chief Ambivalent On Calls For Royal Intervention

BANGKOK — Thailand's army chief has refused to say whether he will accept a proposal, submitted to him by a group of retired military commanders, that calls for royal intervention into the country's political crisis.

Stray Rocket Obliterates Yasothon House

YASOTHON — A residence in Yasothon province has been severely damaged by a stray rocket that was launched during a nearby traditional rain-seeking ceremony.

Buddha Issara Defends Brutality of PCAD Guards

BANGKOK — Buddhist monk and anti-government activist Buddha Issara has defended the savage attacks on innocent bystanders that anti-government militants have committed in recent weeks.

Police Apologise To Buddha Issara For Tear Gas Barrage

BANGKOK — The police have formally apologised to a core anti-government leader for spraying him with tear gas and a high-pressured water hose during a skirmish in Bangkok yesterday.

Building Regulation 'To Be Revised' After Earthquakes

BANGKOK — A Senator has called to amend national building regulations following a 6.0 magnitude earthquake in Chiang Rai province last week.

PCAD Monk Leader Calls Tear Gas Barrage “Attempted Murder”

BANGKOK — A Buddhist monk and core anti-government leader has filed attempted murder charges against the police that used tear gas on him and his group of demonstrators today.

HRW Official Urges PCAD To Respect Media Rights

BANGKOK — A senior adviser to the Human Rights Watch has criticised anti-government protesters for intimidating several state-owned media outlets in Bangkok today.

PCAD’s 'Final Battle' Kicks-Off With Media Intimidation

BANGKOK — Thousands of anti-government protesters are laying siege to nearly all of Bangkok’s state-owned TV stations, demanding that they refrain from broadcasting any “pro-government” coverage.

Ratchaburi Monk Protests 'Lack of Donations'

RATCHABURI — A monk in Ratchaburi province has staged a one-man protest over the lack of out-of-temple trips and donations he has been offered over the past seven years.

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