Thailand police have blocked off road entrance towards government house. But some officers have retreated as size of anti-government protesters look manageable at this stage.

19 April 2021
Thailand anti-government protesters making a statement with their actions maintaining they'll remain peaceful in their demonstration against the establishment outside government house. Fewer police now as some retreated
Thailand has asked Myanmar to reduce violence, Foreign Minister Don Pramudwinai said, according to local media
Thailand anti-government protesters suddenly surged forward to police lined up blocking road leading to government house to paste the photos of detained key protest leaders on shields. But photos quickly removed & crushed
Thailand police have blocked off road entrance towards government house. But some officers have retreated as size of anti-government protesters look manageable at this stage.
Thailand PM Prayut & cabinet ministers had photo taking at government house earlier with mini cabinet shuffle. Anti-government protesters taking a dig by setting up similar setting demanding for them to quit & to release protest leaders
Thai authorities have forcibly repatriated more 520 ethnic Karen villagers who fled to the Thailand side from airstrikes by Myanmar junta today, Karen Information Center says. Over 2000 ethnic villagers were turned back into Myanmar on Monday2 week ago
Thai authorities have forcibly repatriated more 520 ethnic Karen villagers who fled to the Thailand side from airstrikes by Myanmar junta today, Karen Information Center says. Over 2000 ethnic villagers were turned back into Myanmar on Monday
#Thailand anti-government protesters demanding for detained key protest leaders be released. More than 10 in pre-trial detention, denied bail several times. Some also on hunger strike like @paritchi @PanusayaS #WhatsHappeningInThailand #ม็อบ30มีนา #ประยุทธ์ออกไป #ปล่อยเพื่อนเรา
Myanmar: according to local sources several hundred Karen villagers who managed to flee across the Salween River into Thailand were pushed back into Myanmar by Thai authorities2 week ago
Myanmar: according to local sources several hundred Karen villagers who managed to flee across the Salween River into Thailand were pushed back into Myanmar by Thai authorities
19:10 Anti-government protesters sit in silence for 30 seconds, raising the 3-finger salute, in sodality with their peers who were arrested in front of Government House early yesterday
Thai's army forcing refugees back to Burma where attacks by Burmese military continues. Refugees from Karen State fled to Thailand after their villages were bombed by Burma's army2 week ago
Thai's army forcing refugees back to Burma where attacks by Burmese military continues. Refugees from Karen State fled to Thailand after their villages were bombed by Burma's army
US @USAmbThailand comments from across the border on neighbouring Myanmar saying he's "horrified" with the widespread bloodshed & that Myanmar military is "murdering" the citizens
3 week ago
About 3,000 Myanmar refugees cross into Thailand fleeing air attacks in Karen state - activist group says
A migrant protesting against the military junta in Myanmar holds a picture of leader Aung San Suu Kyi, during a demonstration in Bangkok, Thailand, March 28, 2021. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
Ratchaprasong Stage The participants turned on the mobile phone lights to show the power of "Flash Mob" Ratchaprasong.
Protestors are writing messages to their friends in jail. 18 protestors are now in prison while awaiting trial with their bail requests repeatedly denied. Penguin, one of the detained protest leaders, is now on his 9th day on hunger strike.
401 new COVID19 infections recorded in Thailand today, that includes a cluster of 318 infections among illegal immigrants held at Suan Plu and Bang Khen detention centres3 week ago
401 new COVID19 infections recorded in Thailand today, that includes a cluster of 318 infections among illegal immigrants held at Suan Plu and Bang Khen detention centres
17.20 Khuang Tha Phae Gate, Chiang Mai Province, people gathered together to demand End the use of violence against protesters. "Let go of our friends and revise the constitution"
20.36 Tear gas was largely used at the protesters at Phra Pinklao Bridge. Media around Ratchadamnoen Rd were restricted in a designated area by the police. #ม็อบ20มีนา
Police shoot water cannon at ~1,000 anti-government protesters to try to stop them from advancing towards the Grand Palace in Bangkok
Media member interacts with a demonstrator near security forces during an anti-government protest in Bangkok, Thailand, March 20, 2021. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun
This video clearly shows police using rubber bullets and guns and taking aim at protesters
19.37 Many protesters are retreating from the site to Phra Pin Klao Bridge, opposite way of the incoming police force
7:34 PM. Police to control crowds begin to spread arresting protesters. With an announcement that he caught While reporters in the area reported The use of rubber bullets has already occurred.
Police have pushed through the wall gap and arrested protesters. They are determined not to let the protesters through to the grand palace.
Protesters have moved another container despite water cannons. A little ducky on the container is observing.
19.22 Crowd control police are marching from Ratchadamnoen Road, approaching behind where the protesters are stationing. An explosion sound was heard again
The standoff continues between police and protesters. A bit worried about structural integrity of containers near clash point
Thailand anti-government protesters continue to challenge the police. Officers asked them not to remove more containers & not to go past containers towards GrandPalace
Thailand protester flying a kite with faces of detained key protest leaders shouting "Release our Friends" while doing that. About 10 leaders have been detained. Some for more than a month now whatshappeninginthailand ม็อบ20มีนา
Thai army allegedly provided rice and other supplies to Tatmadaw for military offensives in Myanmar's Karen State.  humanitarian aid for displaced villagers, who escaped violence to border areas, are blocked4 week ago
Thai army allegedly provided rice and other supplies to Tatmadaw for military offensives in Myanmar's Karen State. humanitarian aid for displaced villagers, who escaped violence to border areas, are blocked
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