20 September 2021
Police has just warned once that the Thailand anti-government car mob protest is illegal under current covid19 restrictions prohibiting mass gatherings. Says protesters expected to visit some 6 sites in car mob. Adds police on standby to maintain law & order
Hundreds of crowd control police are reportedly spotted in the nearby shopping mall parking lot. The police also dispatched its officers at the nearby National Police HQs. The HQs big signpost were concealed. #ม็อบ10สิงหา
Defence Ministry spokesman on Monday condemned anti-government protestors for defacing the name plaque at the base of Victory Monument in Bangkok on Saturday
PHUKET: Police have filed murder and robbery charges against a man accused of slaying a Swiss tourist on this resort island
Phuket murder suspect claimed he attacked Swiss tourist at a waterfall after spotting her bag. In an unusual press conf, where he was interviewed live by journalists through phone-in, the suspect claimed he took 300 baht from the victim's bag and spent most of it on marijuana
17.09 iLaw reported that police officers on Dindaeng Rd announced that they are preparing to arrest the protesters, after 2 explosions were heard. (Picture by Chana La)
ILaw reported earlier that a man was arrested at around 12.40 - 12.50 on Ratchadamneon Ave. #ม็อบ7สิงหา
At least 1 person already detained at Bangkok Thailand protest
Some Thailand protesters at Democracy Monument with plans to march to nearby grand palace facing heavy police barricades. But another group at government house/PM office where they're blocked off by shipping containers erected ม็อบ7สิงหา
Former commie turned redshirt co-leader &pol exile Jaran Ditapichai said protest 2day (7Aug) historically impt bcoz on Aug 7, 1965, Thai communists declared war on royalist Thai state& 1st shot was fired on the day. #Thailand #ม็อบ7สิงหา photo ht Jaran
Southern Songkhla police arrested 61 adolescents just as they were partying on the beach during curfew hours last night (August 4)
1 month ago
Satun governor Ekarat Leesen on Thursday announced a lockdown on Koh Lipe after 32 new Covid-19 infections were found on the island during testing with rapid antigen kits
19.00 - Protesters in front of Bangkok Art and Culture Centre, hold candlelight vigils for those who died from COVID19, before dispersing. They called for resignation of PM, transparency in government vaccine procurements and reiterated their call for reform of the monarchy
The National Unity Government (NUG) declares the military council's caretaker government illegal association. Photo: NUG's statement
31 protesters that were arrested over the past 2 days, including protest leader Pai Daodin, have been released on bail
Crowd hasn't really formed but Thailand police already here with usual practice to warn Bangkok protesters against gathering as it's prohibited under Covid19 situation & current Stateofemergency law and calling on them all to disperse. Crowd ignoring as usual
Crowd at Bangkok Thailand protest downtown still pretty thin for now. This is 3rd day in a row protesters are gathering. 1 key demand is to call for PM Prayut to quit as they blame him for nation's failure in managing Covid19 & for citizens' economic burdens
At least 2 water cannon trucks parked inside nearby police headquarters about 5 mins away from key site downtown Bangkok Thailand. Government had also warned protesters to not defame/insult monarchy. At least 100 people already facing charges
Thousands of cars of demonstrators took part in an anti-government 'carmob' protest at various points of the Thai capital of Bangkok to press their demands for the resignations of the Thai prime minister, amid a surge of COVID19 cases in the country
Anti-government protesters block off a road with cars and motorcycles as they take part in a 'car mob' rally along several roads of Bangkok, Thailand, 01 August 2021. EPA-EFE/NARONG SANGNAK
Some protesters are parking and taking photo with the blockade at Vibhavadi Rd. #ม็อบ1สิงหา #carmob
1 month ago
13.21, the vehicles gathered around Don Muang Airport, Din Daeng and Vibhavadi Rd are causing a heavy traffic jam in the areas. The organizers urge via Clubhouse for protesters to keep moving and leave 2 lanes for the regular use and emergency cars. #ม็อบ1สิงหา
All of the hospital beds for moderate and severe Covid cases in public and private hospitals in Bangkok have all been filled, said Somsak Akksilp, Director-General of the Department of Medical Services
Huge crowds at a Covid19 vaccination center in Bangkok Thailand causing concern to many about potential cluster. Some said to have travelled from other provinces to get jab. Nation reintroduced stricter rules like nightly curfew to prevent covid spread from July 12 โควิด19
2 month ago
Thanadech faces charges of violating the emergency decree, causing unrest, attacking officers with a weapon, assembling more than 10 persons and stopping officials from performing their duties
Police have fired water cannons at anti-government protesters, as they tried to break through barricades and razor wire at Pan Fah Bridge, erected to prevent them from reaching Government House
17.38 Police continued to fire tear gas at protesters at the Chamai Maruchet Bridge on Pitsanulok Rd. A Prachatai reporter at the scene said the tear gas can be felt as far as the Nang Lerng Intersection. #ม็อบ18กรกฏา
17:10 Anti-government protesters at Chamaimaruchet Bridge in Bangkok flee from teargas being used by police
Thailand recorded 8,685 new COVID19 cases today, including a new cluster of 312 at a super market in Bang Bua Thong district of Nonthaburi province. There were also 56 more deaths2 month ago
Thailand recorded 8,685 new COVID19 cases today, including a new cluster of 312 at a super market in Bang Bua Thong district of Nonthaburi province. There were also 56 more deaths
This curfew is part of the partial lockdown imposed in Greater Bangkok and southern border provinces since Monday in a bid to curb Covid-19 infections
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