BANGKOK — Thailand’s police chief has renewed the accusation that a 26-year-old Redshirt activist currently in exile supplied weapons to armed militants who fought with security forces during the political unrest in 2010.
BANGKOK — Photographers covering junta chairman Prayuth Chan-ocha were instructed to follow strict rules at a Friday event and “show their respect” to the general before and after taking his photo.
BANGKOK — Police commissioner Gen. Chakthip Chaijinda said on Thursday that his force will be solely responsible for maintaining security at the major anti-government protest scheduled for Sept. 19.
BANGKOK — A slew of events from Buddhist rites to a jazz concert were planned for Monday, the anniversary of His Majesty the Late King Bhumibol’s birthday that had been celebrated as Father’s Day for nearly four decades.
BANGKOK - The Supreme Court has affirmed a suspended jail sentence for a Redshirt leader who wrongly accused a military officer of assaulting a Redshirt demonstrator during the 2009 political unrest.
(25 February) Redshirts militants in Nakohn Ratchasima province have prevented rice farmers in the region from organising a rally to voice their grievance.
BANGKOK — Coalition politicians on Monday urged the opposition not to resort to any demonstration in response to a court verdict this week that would decide the fate of Future Forward Party chairman Thanathorn Juangrungruangkit.
Tens of thousands expected to attend the rally at Ratchadumnern Avenue.
BANGKOK - Thailand's national anti-graft agency has frozen the financial assets of former Division of Special Investigation (DSI) chief Tharit Pengdith, citing potential corruption.
BANGKOK — The military operation that dispersed Redshirt protesters in 2010 and left more than 90 people dead was not a "crackdown," says a former government official and key witness in an ongoing legal case over the incident.