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Academics and activists are talking about the possibility of "widespread conflict," even civil war
Government body says embattled PM Yingluck Shinawatra could be charged with abuse of power, malfeasance over multi-billion dollar initiative
The Kingdom’s current political turmoil is not an aberration, but the norm
Two confirmed dead as grenades and gunfire unleashed in the Thai capital
Rohingya asylum seekers are being returned to Burma, which they fled after having endured violent persecution and sectarian bloodshed
(BANGKOK) — Police say six street cleaners have been wounded by a small explosion at an anti-government protest site in Thailand's capital. Police Maj. Nopparuj...
No end in sight to the nation’s ongoing political crisis as street battles and boycotts greet polls
Or else all hell may break loose
After a bloody Sunday in which a protest leader in Bangkok was killed and mobs surrounded polling stations, prospects look increasingly grim for Thailand
Six injured in violence intended to derail Thailand's Sunday elections
(BANGKOK) — Thailand's general election is on Sunday, but the main opposition Democrat Party is boycotting it, and its supporters seeking to scuttle it by...
Polls to open on Sunday for snap elections as Yingluck presses ahead with bid to reassert mandate
Daily violence and vitriolic rhetoric are dangerously exacerbating Thailand's political divide
Gives authorities power to impose curfews and detain suspects without charge as protests continue
Violence continues as minority anti-government protests wear on before Feb. 2 elections
Thai media reports Red Shirt supporters of Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra are readying a cache of arms in case the 46-year-old premier is forced from office...
36 were injured
(BANGKOK) — Gunshots rang out in the heart of Thailand's capital overnight in an apparent attack on anti-government protesters early Wednesday that wounded at...
Protest leader Suthep Thaugsuban urges his supporters to step up efforts to disrupt state institutions