20 September 2021
Thai students went on strike Monday to protest against having to learn online from home on their first day back at school in a campaign led by prominent pro-democracy youth movement Bad Student
Protesters kept marching on Wireless Rd despite the rain. 4.40pm. #Thailand #REDEM #ม็อบ4กันยา #ป
A checkpoint has also been set up on Sathorn Road. Officers are searching mostly motorcycles. Lumpini Park has been surrounded with metal fences and police officers. #ม็อบ4กันยา #REDEM (Pictures from iLaw)
You might want to avoid downtown #Bangkok this afternoon. Police are causing traffic chaos by blocking roads with shipping containers. Hopefully there won't be a medical emergency in that area. Follow @ThaiNewsReports for the latest updates #Bangkok #Thailand #ม็อบ4กันยา
Thailand police officers on standby as major anti-government protest set to begin soon downtown Bangkok middle of known shopping malls like Central World. Malls have closed their walkways as precaution. This is 3rd day malls allowed limited reopening after lockdown
Thailand anti-government protest downtown Bangkok slowly picking up momentum. Graffiti says "This Country Belongs To The People"
Thailand protesters hanging mock bodies downtown Bangkok. Previously the group @Thalufah Had burned these mock corpses. They've also used these to represent those who have died from Covid19, blaming PM Prayut for what they claim is his mismanagement/failure
The prime minister said Friday that the "Three Ps" at the head of government are still "brothers," following rumours of infighting between senior members of the pro-military government
The protest at Asoke today was called off at 8 pm. The protest leaders said street protests will continue until Prayut is resigned
Thailand pro-government supporter turned anti-establishment @so_louknatt has turned up to join protest Downtown Bangkok. He lost his eyesight when he was hit by a tear gas canister in a recent protest.2 week ago
Thailand pro-government supporter turned anti-establishment @so_louknatt has turned up to join protest Downtown Bangkok. He lost his eyesight when he was hit by a tear gas canister in a recent protest.
Thailand anti-government protest to start soon at 4pm downtown Bangkok led by ex-red shirt leader @Ten_Nattawut. He has vowed to hold daily protests demanding PM Prayut step down. Been a few months since a downtown protest drew major crowds to occupy downtown site
Pheu Thai MP Wisarn Techateerawat accused the prime minister of paying 5 million baht per MP in his party to keep him in office.
Din Daeng Thailand 648pm, site of many daily violent clashes over last couple of weeks. Protesters had called for gathering here as part of move to criticise government while censure debate ongoing in house. All just seem to be waiting for things to kick off
Thai parliamentarians begin no-confidence debate against Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha as youth-led protests sweep streets with renewed fervor in response to government's mishandling of the COVID19 pandemic
Thailand PM Prayut spoke for the 1st time since censure debate against him started in parliament today saying "on accusation that I introduced policies to make people love me & the measures will benefit & help me stay in my power, there's NO such thing.
PM Prayut said his government has been using fiscal budgets and emergency loans to help businesses and people who were affected by the Covid pandemic and every disbursement is transparent
The strike was the second by the U.S. military since an Islamic State suicide bomb outside the airport on Thursday killed 13 U.S. troops and scores of Afghan civilians desperate to flee the country's new Taliban rulers
Police Colonel Thitisan Uttanapol turned himself into police in Chonburi Thursday night. Now all six Nakhon Sawan policemen involved in the torture and murder of a drug suspect are in custody
Deputy national police chief, Pol Gen Suchart Teerasawat, told the media in Nakhon Sawan that the police still do not know where Joe Ferrari is and he is not in custody countering earlier media reports.3 week ago
Deputy national police chief, Pol Gen Suchart Teerasawat, told the media in Nakhon Sawan that the police still do not know where Joe Ferrari is and he is not in custody countering earlier media reports.
3 week ago
Of the six murder suspects, five were arrested on Wednesday and taken to the Nakhon Sawan provincial court for detention. While being taken away, Pol Lt-Colonel Paweekorn Kammariew yelled demanding justice
We are taking you to see how an Asiatic golden cat, which was trapped in a snare, was rescued by third patrol officers of Kaeng Krung National Park in Surat Thani province, during a patrol mission
A person aged around 20-year-old who was shot in the neck during the protest at Din Daeng Police Station last night is now in a coma with a bullet stuck on his brain stem. He is still unconscious and unidentifiable because he did not have his ID on him.
Thailand police fires tear gas at protesters at Din Daeng intersection where many violent clashes have taken place, while some using laser pointers to try & distract/blind the officers from taking aim at protesters. Laser pointers can potentially cause eye injury
Clash outside Thailand government house ends but now some have gone over to Din Daeng intersection site where multiple violent clashes have taken place over last few days. Again, multiple loud bangs can be heard sending protesters scrambling
Protesters at government house have mostly dispersed after being fired upon by tear gas. The protest was completely peaceful but that didn't stop the authorities from engaging.
A police booth was burned down at Din Daeng around 19:15 after a small group of protesters have refused to go home.
Thailand police have taken positions on flyover above protesters to fire not just water cannons but also rubber bullets and tear gas down at protesters. Police clearly with advantage from higher ground. Car Mob today was meant to be peaceful. But again things turned
Some anti-government protesters clashed with riot police in Din Daeng intersection, the area which is not on the routes of the car mob organisers.
Police set up checkpoints on Sukhumvit road in Samut Prakan to screen vehicles to join a car mob protest in Bangkok. They ban a rally in the province.
14:25 Protesters are gathering at Lad Phrao intersection on Pahonyothin Road in Bangkok, with only the right lane remaining open to normal traffic
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