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17-05-2553
Heavy fighting and explosions were reported in areas of Bangkok in the deadliest conflict in Thailand in decades.
 
 
Some 31 persons have lost their lives during clashes between troops and anti-government protestors starting from Friday in Thailand's capital Bangkok.
 
 
17-05-2553
(Reuters) - Thailand took a tough stand against anti-government protesters on Sunday, rejecting demands for U.N.-supervised talks and calling on their leaders to surrender on the fourth day of deadly clashes with troops
 
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Uneasy peace in Thailand, uncertainties lie ahead
21-05-2553
(Reuters) - Thai authorities restored order over most of Bangkok on Thursday but the peace looked fragile, a day after rioting and fires that veered toward anarchy as troops took control of a camp occupied by anti-government protesters.    Thousands of the mostly rural and urban
 
 
 
 
21-05-2553
BANGKOKLife in Bangkok started returning to normal Thursday as Thailand's capital began to clean up the mess left by a monthslong protest, but a solution to the country's deep-seated political problems appeared no closer.
Breaking News: Thai Red-Shirts" 
 Pro-Red Shirt Thai general shot, seriously wounded in Bangkok firing
BANGKOK: A renegade Thai general who supports the "Red Shirt" opposition protest movement has been shot and seriously wounded, according to a nurse at the hospital where he was admitted.    Major-General Khattiya Sawasdipol, better known by his nickname "Seh Daeng," was shot in the chest and in a "very serious condition," said the nurse at Hua Chiew Hospital | Video
  
 
 
 
 
14-05-2553
BANGKOK (Reuters) - Violence flared in the Thai capital on Friday as troops confronted groups of protesters around a major commercial district following overnight fighting that killed one and wounded nine, including a rogue general. | Video
 
 
14-05-2553
(Reuters) - Thai troops battled anti-government protesters in central Bangkok on Friday attempting to seal off their encampment after an assassination attempt on a renegade general unleashed a new wave of violence.
Breaking News: Thai Red-Shirts" 
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May 2010
 
16-05-2553
(Reuters) - Thousands of Thai protesters refused to leave Bangkok's streets on Sunday despite three days of fighting that has killed 24 people and spiralled into chaotic urban warfare, with both sides calling for reinforcements.
 
 
09-05-2553
(Reuters) - Thai Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva said on Sunday he would not abandon efforts to find a peaceful solution to a two-month political crisis despite renewed violence in Bangkok that took the death toll to 29.
 
16-05-2553
BANGKOKThailand's Red Shirt protest leaders said Sunday they are willing to negotiate with the government if the army ends its crackdown immediately to put an end to four days of street fighting that has killed 25 people.
 
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16-05-2553
BANGKOKThailand's Red Shirt protest leaders said Sunday they are willing to negotiate with the government if the army ends its crackdown immediately to put an end to four days of street fighting that has killed 25 people.
 
16-05-2553
(Reuters) - Thousands of Thai protesters refused to leave Bangkok's streets on Sunday despite three days of fighting that has killed 24 people and spiralled into chaotic urban warfare, with both sides calling for reinforcements.
 
15-05-2553
Thai troops opened fire on protesters on Friday after a military lockdown of their vast rally site in the heart of the capital sparked fierce clashes that left seven people dead and more than 100 wounded.
 
As Hiro Muramoto headed out the door of the Tokyo newsroom last week, weighed down with TV equipment on his way to Bangkok to cover demonstrations, he flashed a smile at a Reuters colleague.     It was, she remembers, a “Hirosmile. It was gentle, rather than a broad grin, and it showed the 43-year-old was pleased once again to take his expertise on the road to do his job telling the world what was going on..More     
 
 
 
 
11-04-2553
BANGKOK (Reuters) - Thai troops fired rubber bullets and tear gas at thousands of demonstrators, who fought back with grenades, guns and
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10-04-2553
Thai security forces fired tear gas and water cannons at antigovernment protesters, but quickly retreated, raising new doubts about the government's ability to maintain order.
Breaking News: Thai Red-Shirts" 
 
02-05-2553
 
May 2010
 
07-05-2553
Anti-government protesters remained defiant in their fortified encampment here on Wednesday as the country’s king, Bhumibol Adulyadej, made a rare outing to mark six decades since his coronation.
 
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03-05-2553
(Reuters) - Thailand's prime minister warned anti-government protesters on Sunday there was a risk of "losses" if they did not get out of a Bangkok shopping district they have closed for a month, but the protesters vowed to stay put.
 
 
 
07-05-2553
Anti-government protesters remained defiant in their fortified encampment here on Wednesday as the country’s king, Bhumibol Adulyadej, made a rare outing to mark six decades since his coronation.
 
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03-05-2553
(Reuters) - Thailand's prime minister warned anti-government protesters on Sunday there was a risk of "losses" if they did not get out of a Bangkok shopping district they have closed for a month, but the protesters vowed to stay put.
 
03-05-2553
(Reuters) - Anti-government protesters in the Thai capital showed no sign of leaving the city's main shopping district on Monday despite warnings of new "clashes and losses" during a two-month crisis that has already killed 27 people.
 
 
As Hiro Muramoto headed out the door of the Tokyo newsroom last week, weighed down with TV equipment on his way to Bangkok to cover demonstrations, he flashed a smile at a Reuters colleague.     It was, she remembers, a “Hirosmile. It was gentle, rather than a broad grin, and it showed the 43-year-old was pleased once again to take his expertise on the road to do his job telling the world what was going on..More    
 
 
 
 
23-04-2553
(Reuters) - "Red shirt" protesters offered a compromise to the Thai government on Friday a day after a series of grenade attacks in Bangkok, saying they would accept dissolution of parliament in 30 days rather than immediately
 
 
 
22-04-2553
BANGKOK (Reuters) - Thai protesters are sticking to their demand for parliament to be dissolved immediately, according to a report on Thursday, after a tense night as fears grew of a crackdown to end their six-week rally in Bangkok
 
 
11-04-2553
BANGKOK (Reuters) - Thai troops fired rubber bullets and tear gas at thousands of demonstrators, who fought back with grenades, guns and
Full Article
 
 
10-04-2553
Thai security forces fired tear gas and water cannons at antigovernment protesters, but quickly retreated, raising new doubts about the government's ability to maintain order.
Breaking News: Thai Red-Shirts" 
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- Thai PM rejects protesters' peace offer(Reuters)
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- Thai protesters in new talks bid ( BBC)
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29-04-2553
The Thai foreign minister, on a visit to Indonesia, has said his government has red-shirt protests under control.
 
29-04-2553
One soldier has reportedly been killed and several people have been injured in fierce clashes between security forces and anti-government red shirt protesters in the Thai capital, Bangkok.
 
 
28-04-2553
(Reuters) - Thai troops fired live rounds in the air and shot rubber bullets in a chaotic clash with anti-government protesters on a highway in Bangkok's suburbs on Wednesday that wounded 10 people and possibly killed one.
 
25-04-2553
Bangkok is bracing for more unrest after the Thai prime minister rejected an offer by anti-government protesters to end their demonstrations in return for fresh elections within 30 days..
 
25-04-2553
The pro-government "various-color shirt" people, who have opposed the early-House dissolution, staged rallies on Saturday in the Thai capital of Bangkok.
 
24-04-2553
(Reuters) - Protesters and the Thai government stepped back from the brink of all-out armed conflict on Friday as both sides offered hints of compromise a day after deadly grenade attacks hit Bangkok's business district.
 
 
23-04-2553
(Reuters) - "Red shirt" protesters offered a compromise to the Thai government on Friday a day after a series of grenade attacks in Bangkok, saying they would accept dissolution of parliament in 30 days rather than immediately.
 
BANGKOKRed-shirted protesters paraded coffins through Thailand's capital Monday in a renewed attempt to pressure the government to step down after street fighting left 21 people dead, pushing this Southeast Asian nation closer to political anarchy.  
 
13-04-2553
Hiro Muramoto from Reuters Television was not the gung-ho war correspondent of the movies. He was a careful, loving married Dad of two and a gentle mentor for young colleagues and an expert story teller.
 
12-04-2553
BANGKOK (Reuters) - Thai anti-government protesters gathered on Monday in Bangkok carrying coffins in memory of their comrades killed in clashes at the weekend in the country's most violent political protests in almost 20 years.
 
12-04-2553
BANGKOK (Reuters) - Thai "red shirt" protesters ruled out negotiations with the government on Sunday and said they would not give up their fight for early elections a day after clashes with security forces killed 21 people Full Article  |  Video
 
11-04-2553
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(Reuters) - A Reuters cameraman was killed in a violent clash between Thai troops and anti-government protesters in Bangkok on Saturday.
 
 
10-04-2553
[BBC] Five people are killed and 200 hurt in clashes in Bangkok, as Thai troops try to retake areas from anti-government protesters.
 
10-04-2553
BANGKOK (Reuters) - Thai anti-government protesters vowed to go ahead with a mass street rally on Friday in defiance of an emergency decree imposed in the  
 
08-04-2553
BANGKOK (Reuters) - Thai anti-government protesters vowed to go ahead with a mass street rally on Friday in defiance of an emergency decree imposed in the capital to quell nearly a month of protests demanding new elections Full Article  |  Video  
 
08-04-2553
BANGKOK, April 8 (Xinhua) -- The co-leader of Thailand's anti- government "red-shirts" vowed late Wednesday night to carry out passive resistance to a possible dispersion under the emergency decree, which had been declared by the Prime Minister in the afternoon.
 
08-04-2553
BANGKOK April
7 (Xinhua) -- Thailand's Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva declared a state of emergency in Bangkok and some areas of the nearby five provinces in a live TV address at about 6:00 p. m. Wednesday to deal with the ongoing anti-government rally by the "red-shirts".
 
Antigovernment protesters in Thailand defied security forces and shut down one of Southeast Asia's biggest shopping zones for a second day Sunday.
 
04-04-2553
BANGKOK (Reuters) - Leaders of tens of thousands of Thai protesters who have overrun Bangkok's main shopping district will meet with authorities on Sunday for talks following a threat of mass arrests in their bold street-rally bid for elections Full Article  |  Video  .
 
 
03-04-2553
Business groups in Thailand are pushing back against three weeks of raucous pro-democracy demonstrations and launching a political protest movement of their ownurging the government to not call fresh
 
 
03-04-2553
BANGKOK (Reuters) - Tens of thousands of protesters converged on Bangkok's shopping district on Saturday, forcing major retailers to close while accusing authorities of Full Article
 
 
 
29-04-2553
(Reuters) - The Thai army said on Thursday it would step up efforts to stop anti-government protesters in Bangkok getting more weapons, a day after a soldier died in the latest clash in a seven-week campaign to force early elections
 
 
28-04-2553
To outsiders, the one-square mile of land occupied by Thailand's "red shirts" looks chaotic and disorderly. A closer look reveals a different story.  Full Article
 
27-04-2553
Fears are growing that Thailand's political crisis could cause lasting damage to its economy and international reputation as the country edges closer to a potentially bloody showdown.
 
26-04-2553
Thai PM Abhisit Vejjajiva threatens to retake a camp set up by protesters in Bangkok, without giving a timeframe.
 
 
25-04-2553
(Reuters) - Anti-government protesters encamped for weeks in central Bangkok promised more aggressive measures after the government rejected their proposals to end increasingly violent protests in return for early polls.
 
 Thai PM rejects protesters' offer 
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24-04-2553
Leaders from the anti-government protest movement in Bangkok deny being behind a grenade attack that killed at least one person and injured scores of others. Senior Thai
 
22-04-2553
BANGKOK (Reuters) - Thai protesters are sticking to their demand for parliament to be dissolved immediately, according to a report on Thursday, after a tense night as fears grew of a crackdown to end their six-week rally in Bangkok.
 
21-04-2553
BANGKOK (Reuters) - Thai anti-government protesters occupying an upmarket shopping area of Bangkok said Wednesday they were open to talks through a third party to prevent bloody clashes with armed troops threatening to forcibly evict them.
 
BANGKOKRed-shirted protesters paraded coffins through Thailand's capital Monday in a renewed attempt to pressure the government to step down after street fighting left 21 people dead, pushing this Southeast Asian nation closer to political anarchy.  
 
 
11-04-2553
At least 20 dead and 800 injured after troops and anti-government protesters clash.
 
 
 
 
10-04-2553
BANGKOK (Reuters) - Thai troops fired rubber bullets and tear gas at thousands of demonstrators, who fought back with grenades, guns and petrol bombs, as a month-long street protest descended into a riot on Saturday night in Bangkok
Full Article
 
10-04-2553
Tensions rise as Thai troops use water cannons to repel protesters from entering base.
 
10-04-2553
Thai security forces fired tear gas and water cannons at antigovernment protesters, but quickly retreated, raising new doubts about the government's ability to maintain order.
 
08-04-2553
Thai prime minister cancels Vietnam visit as tensions rise over Bangkok protests.
 
08-04-2553
BANGKOK (Reuters) - Anti-government protesters in Thailand threatened to go on the offensive on Thursday after Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva declared a state of emergency to control their four-week rally aimed at forcing an election.
 
08-04-2553
Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva canceled a trip to a summit meeting in Vietnam as protesters defied a state of emergency declared a day earlier.
 
07-04-2553
BANGKOKAnti-government demonstrators who have kept Bangkok on edge for nearly three weeks remained out in force on Wednesday, and news agencies reported that a band of protesters broke through a line of security forces and stormed into Parliament.
 
05-04-2553
BANGKOK (Reuters) - Protesters targeted Thailand's elections watchdog on Monday, at one point storming its office, while ignoring orders to leave Bangkok's main shopping district for a third day in an increasingly
 
05-04-2553
Thousands of Thai demonstrators maintain their anti-government campaign, defying deadlines to end their protest in Bangkok.
 
 
04-04-2553
BEIJING, April 4 -- Red-shirt protesters have rallied in Bangkok's central business district for a second day. They rejected the government's demand to leave and vowed to continue their demonstrations until new elections are called.
 
02-04-2553
Thai Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva said Thursday the government is still open for a third round of talks with the red shirts' core leaders.
 
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