Thailand may extend state of emergency despite scaled-back protest
The government imposed the 60-day emergency in Bangkok on Jan. 21 in a bid to contain the latest unrest.
Gunshots rattle Bangkok as prime minister flies out
Police said unknown gunmen fired sporadically early Wednesday for around an hour in three areas of Bangkok where demonstrators are camped out.
Thais bring children to the insurrection, despite recent deaths
The uprising kits kids out in anti-government kitsch, and targets the prime minister’s 10-year-old.
Thailand's Election Commission frees up some funds to pay rice farmers
The money will go a little way towards appeasing farmers protesting in Bangkok and their home provinces.
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Third child dies in protest violence in Thailand
The girl died from wounds after a grenade attack on Sunday afternoon on a busy Bangkok shopping district. Twenty-one people have now been killed and more than 700 wounded in violence linked to almost four months of anti-government demonstrations.
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Thai court warns against using emergency powers to crack down on protesters
The country's police chief said there were no plans to retake more protest sites after Tuesday's 'Peace for Bangkok Mission' saw the deadliest clashes since anti-government demonstrations began in November.
Video catches grenade exploding in Bangkok as riot police try to kick it away
Violence in Bangkok, Thailand continues to escalate after crackdown on protests.
Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra faces charges as clashes leave four dead
The National Anti-Corruption Commission said that if found guilty of the accusations, which relate to a controversial rice subsidy scheme, Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra could be removed from office.
Crisis in Thailand intensifies: Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra under siege
'We will use quick-dry cement to close the gates of Government House so that the cabinet cannot go in to work,' said Nittitorn Lamrue of the Network of Students and People for Thailand's Reform.
Food fight: Thailand’s crisis boils down to a battle over white rice
Thailand scraps a subsidy gambit that could topple the prime minister — and explains why Thai rice isn’t as tasty anymore.
US warns against coup as Thai opposition seeks to annul election
The opposition wants Prime Minister Yingluck ousted and her government replaced by an unelected 'People's Council' to enact vaguely-defined reforms before new elections.
Coup watch: Bloody days ahead for Bangkok
Thailand’s dysfunctional politics are setting the stage for more violence in 2014.
Bangkok aunties rage against election sabotage
When a 'people’s coup' crusade invaded polling stations, one Bangkok neighborhood made sure democracy went down swinging.
Peaceful start to Thai polls, but don't get your hopes up
The risk of bloodshed at the ballot remains high, a day after seven people were wounded by gunshots and explosions during a protest.
Gunmen open fire on protests in Bangkok
At least six were wounded Saturday, as Thailand's election appears doomed before it begins.
In Bangkok, voting demands nerves of steel
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Thai anti-government protester killed, adds to doubts over election
The death toll is now 10, with scores wounded, since protesters took to the streets in November.
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Thai pro-government leader shot as protesters fight on
The attack came as a state of emergency went into force in Bangkok and nearby areas to deal with mass protests trying to force Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra from office.
Thailand imposes emergency rule in Bangkok to counter mass protests
The 60-day state of emergency will come into effect on Wednesday in Bangkok.
Thailand's revolution will be selfied
If Thai fashionistas have their way, 'Bangkok Shutdown' will go down as history's chicest coup — replete with photo shoots, an heiress spokeswoman and tiramisu ice cream.
Thai government considers state of emergency after weekend violence
An emergency decree would give authorities the power to impose curfews, detain suspects without charge, censor media and declare parts of Thailand off limits.
28 hurt in attack at Bangkok anti-govt rally
Tensions rise as demonstrators prepare to launch a second week of 'shutdown' protests aimed at toppling the Thai government.
Tensions soar in Thailand after dozens of protesters are wounded in bomb attack
The authorities and demonstrators both blamed each other for the blast, which was apparently caused by a grenade-type device thrown from a nearby building.
Thailand PM tells protesters to 'go out and vote' if they don't like her government
Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra wants to go ahead with elections on Feb. 2, despite continuing mass protests in the streets of Bangkok.
Thai protesters target ministries, threaten stock exchange
Protest leaders say demonstrators will occupy the city's main arteries until an unelected "people's council" replaces Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra's administration, which they accuse of corruption and nepotism.
Thai anti-government protesters 'shutdown' Bangkok (PHOTOS)
Thousands of protesters took to the streets of the Thai capital as part of a campaign to unseat Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra.
Thai opposition protesters face no resistance as they "shutdown" Bangkok
Tens of thousands of Thai opposition protesters occupied major streets in central Bangkok on Monday in an attempted "shutdown" of the capital.