Map. History of Thailand conflict

19 February 2020
Central World Bangkok fire
A Bangkok woman was arrested on Tuesday morning for allegedly pretending to be a bank officer to steal credit card information for online shopping.
A political party linked to exiled tycoon Thaksin Shinawatra claims victory in Thailand's election, challenging a military-backed group that led in initial vote counts
Voting ends in Thailand's 1st election since 2014 military coup; results expected to take several hours.
Narathiwat bombing kills one; 3 injured earlier as violence rocks South
11 month ago
Taxi driver shot dead in Patong
Thailand court bans opposition party over princess nomination
The 4 young Egyptians have indeed been deported from Malaysia, and have arrived in Bangkok, they are in the transit now. Egypt has been accusing them of being militants and Malaysia seem to have taken that serious.
Police shot dead one of the two alleged perpetrators of an armoured truck robbery in Bangkok early Monday morning. He was apparently resisting arrest at the time.
12 month ago
Earthquake of magnitude 4.6 - 5km N of Wang Nuea, Thailand
12 month ago
A Myanmar man is in police custody in Tak after allegedly slashing the throat of his six-year-old son.
Student activists gathered outside the army headquarters calling for the army chief to stop promoting the 1970s Nak Phandin (Scum of the Earth) song
Ahead of Thailand's election, army chief uses หนักแผ่นดิน (ungrateful traitors) rhetoric to attack politicians who criticize junta rule and call for military budget cut. This slogan was previously used in propaganda to justify massacres of pro-democracy students and activists.
Bangkok Smog returns after about 10 days of respite
1 year ago
Thailand Body of Army conscript found in Nan River in Phitsanulok
1 year ago
Two Russians dead in Patong Hill crash
Pro-Thaksin party accepts Thailand king demand and his sister will not be its candidate
Thailand's king says his sister's candidacy for prime minister in march elections "inappropriate"- palace statement
PM Prayut said he will announce his decision on the Palang Pracharath Party's offer to be a prime ministership candidate by 10am on Friday.
Four military junta ministers in Thailand resigned today in a long-expected move to run in elections - 1st since the coup. They may even appt junta leader Prayuth as PM. Part of the military plan to hold onto power.
Thailand's military junta cracks down on social media ahead of election
Thailand to hold general election on March 24
Chadchart Sittipunt, immortalized by internet memes as 'World's Strongest Transport Minister,' greets supporters at a rally today in Kalasin. Chadchart said yesterday he's willing to run as Pheu Thai Party's candidate for prime minister.1 year ago
Chadchart Sittipunt, immortalized by internet memes as 'World's Strongest Transport Minister,' greets supporters at a rally today in Kalasin. Chadchart said yesterday he's willing to run as Pheu Thai Party's candidate for prime minister.
Thailand An inspection of Tham Luang cave in Chiang Rai where 12 young footballers and their coach were trapped last year was cut short on Thursday because several parts of the cave complex remained flooded
The Bangkok Military Court on Wednesday dismissed the case against 19 leading red-shirt members charged defying the ban on political gatherings in organising the launch of a centre to monitor the 2016 charter referendum
Nastya Rybka to walk free after months in prison in Thailand - she and other Russians at sex classes got suspended sentences.
Thai immigration police chief says Saudi woman fleeing alleged family abuse to leave Friday night for Canada.
Thai authorities: Kingdom did not ask for runaway Saudi woman to be returned to family
Thai police chief Gen Big Joke says @rahaf84427714 will be given temporary entry to Thailand and her case will be assessed by the UNHCR. UN says it is pleased with the promises given by Thailand that she will not be deported to Saudi Arabia or Kuwait.
"Since Thailand is the Land of Smiles, of course we won't send someone to their death," says Lt. Gen. Surachate Hakparn, the immigration bureau chief.
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