Thailand Fifty-three young people were arrested and 21 of them them tested positive for illicit drugs following a raid on a noisy disco raft along the Kwai Noi River in Kanchanaburi's Muang district

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9 March 2021
Thailand Fifty-three young people were arrested and 21 of them them tested positive for illicit drugs following a raid on a noisy disco raft along the Kwai Noi River in Kanchanaburi's Muang district
1 month ago
Thai Enquirer: It is now 7pm local time in Thailand. All contact have been lost to our two journalists in Myanmar. No reports from rights groups on the border while phone signal no longer works and numbers in Yangon cannot be called
All 22 protestors from Ratsadon are coming out from the Khlong Luang station as the police have decided not to ask the Thanyaburi court to detain them1 month ago
All 22 protestors from Ratsadon are coming out from the Khlong Luang station as the police have decided not to ask the Thanyaburi court to detain them
More police with tactical gears have arrived at Khlong Luang station where 22 protestors from Ratsadon are being summoned. @theratsadon said there will be a mob if the police ask the Thanyaburi court to detained them.1 month ago
More police with tactical gears have arrived at Khlong Luang station where 22 protestors from Ratsadon are being summoned. @theratsadon said there will be a mob if the police ask the Thanyaburi court to detained them.
All 22 pro-democracy protestors, mostly university students, who have been summoned to listen to their charges have peacefully entered the Khlong Luang police station as of 12:30 pm.1 month ago
All 22 pro-democracy protestors, mostly university students, who have been summoned to listen to their charges have peacefully entered the Khlong Luang police station as of 12:30 pm.
Thai anti-govt and pro-democracy group vows that if their fellow activists (who are hearing charges at a Pathumthani police station today) are detained, then they will reactivate their mass protests. Currently, they have suspended mass protests because of the new COVID19 surge
Pro-democracy protest leaders from Ratsadon, including Penguin and Rung, were singing while making their way towards the Khlong Luang police station to acknowledge their charges.1 month ago
Pro-democracy protest leaders from Ratsadon, including Penguin and Rung, were singing while making their way towards the Khlong Luang police station to acknowledge their charges.
Demonstrators burn portrait of Burmese junta leader Min Aung Hlaing close to the Myanmar Embassy in Bangkok on Thursday night to protest the coup in Myanmar and call for restoration of democratic government
At Myanmar embassy in Bangkok. Myanmar citizens sing 88 uprising song as they protest against Military coup
VIDEO: Myanmar migrant workers in Thailand protest against the military coup in front of their embassy, waving posters of leader Aung San Suu Kyi and stomping on the photos of Senior General Min Aung Hlaing
Riot police are still blocking North Sathorn Road and confronting some protesters, causing a traffic nightmare in the area, though a majority of demonstrators has already left. #Thailand #ม็อบ1กุมภา #KE
Thai Protesters have taken the opportunity to air their grievances against the government. These two are angrily addressing being left behind by the country's Covid response
Both demonstrators and journalists were caught off guard by the crackdown, which took place shortly after a police officer declared the rally illegal and told the protesters to leave the area around the Myanmar Embassy on Sathorn Road
ILaw reported that riot control police has arrived to break up the protest against the coup in Myanmar in front of the Myanmar Embassy in Bangkok.
Infront of myanmar embassy in Bangkok Thailand where Myanmar citizens working here are gathered to protest against the militarycoup in their country. They were reportedly stomping on picture of military chief Senior General Min Aung Hlaing
Thai deputy Prime Minister calls Myanmar coup "their internal affairs"
1 month ago
[email protected] reports that the Thai-Myanmar borders Chiang Rai are closed "until further notice". No news from other crossings yet. Thai military officials say borders are already on high alert of "illegal crossers" because of COVID19
Narathiwat: Police officers injured in bomb trap by suspected insurgents
Three people have been arrested on suspicion of throwing a ping-pong bomb at the police. The three had confessed to being responsible for the explosion in front of the Chamchuri Square in Sam Yan on January 16
Phuket communicable disease committee has approved relaxation of lockdown measures as no new cases have been reported in the province for 29 days since the new wave of Covid-19
Bunkueanun "Francis" Paothong could face life in prison for participating in pro-democracy protests.
Sixteen Cambodian nationals were arrested by two teams of patrolling police officers after entering the country via Sa Kaeo province without any documentation
Anti-establishment protesters demonstrated in front of Icon Siam shopping mall on Tuesday, to demand an apology from its management after a security guard allegedly assaulted one of the protesters
Thailand jails woman for more than 43 years for insulting monarchy
A small group of protesters are gather at Icon Siam after a mall official allegedly slapped a protester who was demonstrating against Thailand's vaccine program.1 month ago
A small group of protesters are gather at Icon Siam after a mall official allegedly slapped a protester who was demonstrating against Thailand's vaccine program.
TLHR reported that student activist Benja Apan and 2 other activists has been arrested and taken to the Pak khlong San Police Station after they organised a small activity holding protest signs at the Icon Siam shopping mall
1 month ago
A 48-year-old woman has tested positive for Covid-19, the first case in Roi Et province after the latest outbreak of the disease in December
Tourists were told to leave Koh Lan in Bang Lamung district of Chonburi, as the island was placed under a local lockdown from today until 20 January. The island now has a nightly curfew.
2 month ago
Thai capital Bangkok orders restaurants, street food vendors to close 1900-0600 daily as measure against coronavirus
Authorities order restaurants in Bangkok to only offer takeout from 7 pm until 6 am amid rising number of coronavirus cases; measure to take effect Tuesday
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