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Thailand’s PM calls Red Shirts for reconciliation


Thailand’s leader promised an independent probe into “all events” surrounding the Red Shirt anti-government protests and called on Friday for reconciliation to heal deep political divisions that led t

Thai govt claims protests down


The Thai government declared on Thursday it had mostly quelled 10 weeks of violent protests in the capital as buildings still smoldered, troops rooted out small pockets of resistance and residents attempted to return to normal life. But a nighttime curfew was extended in Bangkok and 23 other provinces for three more days.

Rioting, fires as Army storms camp

Rioting and fires swept Bangkok on Wednesday after troops stormed a protest encampment, forcing anti-government protest leaders to give up but triggering clashes that killed at least six and sparked unrest in Thailand’s north.

Riots erupt after top Red Shirts surrender

Rioting and fires swept Bangkok on Wednesday after troops stormed a protest encampment, forcing protest leaders to surrender, but sparking clashes that killed at least six people and triggered unrest

Thai PM: End protests for talks

The Thai government rejected a proposal on Tuesday for peace talks with leaders of the Red Shirt protesters to end the deadly mayhem gripping Bangkok, saying negotiations cannot start until the demons

Thailand protesters offer truce as deadline passes


The Thai government said it would accept a ceasefire offer from a Red Shirt protest leader on Monday if their fighters return to their camp in central Bangkok, as street battles that have killed 37 pe

Hospitals prepare for casualties


Thai hospitals and medical officials said on Monday they were on alert for heavy casualties if security forces attempt to disperse anti-government Red Shirt protesters from the capital.

‘Thaksin’s accounts’ under check

Financial transactions involving 106 bank or stock accounts associated with former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra will be halted if found to be linked to anti-government protesters, the National Se

Civilians in firing line of Bangkok’s showdown

As gunfire sounded outside his condominium, Khrichana Phanitphong tried to warn his friend to come in from the balcony. Too late.

Thai govt pushes crackdown


Thailand’s government insisted on Sunday a crackdown on Red Shirt protesters will continue despite their plea for UN-mediated talks to end four days of street clashes with troops that have killed 30 p

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