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Clashes kill 22, Thai PM says no ‘turning back’

Thailand’s PM struck a defiant tone on Saturday on national television, saying his government will not bow to demonstrators demanding his resignation.

Thai troops fire on protesters, 8 killed


Thai troops fired bullets at anti-government protesters, and explosions thundered in the heart of Bangkok on Friday as an Army push to clear the streets and end a two-month political standoff sparked

Red Shirt adviser shot in head, critical

The chief military adviser of Thailand’s anti-government protesters was injured in the head, after an explosion and bursts of automatic gunfire were heard near Bangkok’s business district on Thursday

No water, power in Bangkok protest zone

Protesters sleep under makeshift tents in the Red Shirt camp in Bangkok on Wednesday. PHOTO: AP

The Thai government turned to siege tactics on Wednesday after fruitless efforts to compromise with protesters barricaded in central Bangkok, announcing that the Army would limit supplies of water, fo

Thai PM working on roadmap to end crisis

May 3: Thailand’s Premier said on Monday he would unveil a political roadmap to end a tense standoff with Opposition protesters following the country’s deadliest civil violence in almost two decades.

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