23 July 2021
Thailand PM Prayut had just given an impromptu presser saying that construction dormitories will come under a lockdown in several provinces like Bangkok & Deep South for a month from Monday. These sites are considered risky for Covid19 infection
Thailand: Activists plan to gather at Phan Fa Lilat Bridge in Bangkok from 16:00 June 26
Govt deputy COVID Centre spokeswoman says lockdown in Bangkok may be targeted at specific areas & industries & not the whole of Bangkok. Centre chaired by Prayut meeting at 2pm, however
Soldiers and police officers, including one dressed as Masked Rider, showed up near Narathiwat's Cho Airong market on Thursday to hand out vegetables to residents
Thailand protest leaders spoke briefly outside parliament on why the constitution must be changed so as to enable the citizens to have the highest authority, power & not a select group
Thailand key protest leaders out to resume demand for changes of changing constitution, asking PM Prayut to quit & reform monarchy. Today they're focusing on key demand of charter as they say changing charter key in reforming the rest
Thailand protesters focusing on a key demand today of wanting to change the constitution. They want to rewrite whole charter which pro-government MPs and supporters oppose strongly. Drastic change to charter will be hard in house
3rd police barricade so far after almost 2 hours of marching towards Thailand parliament house. Certain roads leading to key government buildings are where police don't want protesters to get near. But protesters continue on
Thailand police warned key protest leaders their bail may be revoked if they break their conditional release. Some have a string of lesemajeste/112 charter against them. But leaders are out believing they need to do this to bring change
Thailand protest expected to last throughout day as they want the MPs in parliament to do their job for the sake of the people. Protesters say they want to continue to push and break the ceiling for change in country
Parliament in session today and MPs suppose to vote for constitutional changes. But Thailand protesters say the changes are superficial and will not really change the system
Thailand protesters undeterred as they change route in march towards parliament house. They insist they want PM Prayut to get out as the system and government under him they Claim is a failure
Thailand police barricaded a road where protesters were going to March along towards parliament house
Protesters are gathering at the Democracy Monument as they prepare to march to the parliament. The 9-kilometer march will take Rama VI Road to avoid police blockade on Ratchadamnoen Avenue. #ม็อบ24มิถุนา #KE
Parliament passed the referendum law in its third reading on Tuesday. By doing so, a referendum can be held to determine whether or not the charter should be amended or rewritten
Thailand PM Prayut says rolling out a nationwide Covid19 vaccination programme for a population of almost 70 million people is "historic". The mass vaccination started June 7. So some glitches unavoidable he adds calling for everyone's understanding
1 month ago
NAKHON PHANOM: Nearly one million methamphetamine pills were seized and one suspect arrested late on Monday night by a patrol from the navy's Mekong Riverine Unit (MRU) following a car chase
Prime Minister Prayut Chan-ocha dismissed rumours on Monday that there would be an early house dissolution. The premier said his government would stay the whole term despite criticisms over his handling of the pandemic
A team of military and police officers swooped down on a Thai trafficker as he tried to smuggle 11 Myanmar nationals into Thailand via Kanchanaburi's Sai Yok district on Monday
US deputy secretary of state @DeputySecState is on 1st overseas trip since assuming position. She's visiting regional nations like Indonesia where she met foreign minister @Menlu_RI Cambodia & Thailand. She's expected to discuss Myanmar political crisis among other issues
Thailand TV host @johnwinyu charged with defaming Prime Minister @prayutofficial on Twitter
Thailand Deepsouth Police say AK rifles stolen from Narathiwat base and sold to insurgents
But in statement, @Total says it'll continue "to act as a responsible operator of the Yadana field, maintaining the production of gas . so as not to disrupt the electricity supply that is vital to the local populations of Myanmar and Thailand"
The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration has announced 5 more COVID19 clusters in Bangkok, bringing the total to 34, scattered across 20 districts of the capital. 8 of them are, however, reportedly nearly under control
2 month ago
The two killed in the recent rocket attack on the Eshkol Region from Gaza into Israel were foreign aid workers from Thailand
2 month ago
A foreign worker from Thailand was moderately wounded in a rocket strike in Yesha in southern Israel earlier
TLHR reported that water cannon trucks and police speaker trucks are seen parked inside the Criminal Court on Ratchadapisek Rd ahead of a bail hearing for detained activists Parit Chiwarak, Panupong Jadnok, and Chaiamorn Kaewwiboonpan. #WhatsHappeningInThailand #ปล่อยเพื่อนเรา
Police in Chiang Mai have arrested five Myanmar citizens for illegally entering the country who - according to the pictures - appear to be @DemocVoiceBurma journalists
A help group in Thailand says nation's pushing recent Myanmar refugees back to bordering Karen state. This despite reports of ongoing attacks in parts of Karen. Some refugees apparently said they're told to return to give impression it's safe to do so2 month ago
A help group in Thailand says nation's pushing recent Myanmar refugees back to bordering Karen state. This despite reports of ongoing attacks in parts of Karen. Some refugees apparently said they're told to return to give impression it's safe to do so
2 month ago
Rights activist on hunger strike as protesters rally at Thai Criminal Court demanding release of Ratsadon leaders Read more > #ThaiPBSWorld #ThailandNews #REDEM #WhatsHappeningInThailand
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