25 September 2021
TLHR reported that water cannon trucks and police speaker trucks are seen parked inside the Criminal Court on Ratchadapisek Rd ahead of a bail hearing for detained activists Parit Chiwarak, Panupong Jadnok, and Chaiamorn Kaewwiboonpan. #WhatsHappeningInThailand #ปล่อยเพื่อนเรา
Police in Chiang Mai have arrested five Myanmar citizens for illegally entering the country who - according to the pictures - appear to be @DemocVoiceBurma journalists
A help group in Thailand says nation's pushing recent Myanmar refugees back to bordering Karen state. This despite reports of ongoing attacks in parts of Karen. Some refugees apparently said they're told to return to give impression it's safe to do so4 month ago
A help group in Thailand says nation's pushing recent Myanmar refugees back to bordering Karen state. This despite reports of ongoing attacks in parts of Karen. Some refugees apparently said they're told to return to give impression it's safe to do so
4 month ago
Rights activist on hunger strike as protesters rally at Thai Criminal Court demanding release of Ratsadon leaders Read more > #ThaiPBSWorld #ThailandNews #REDEM #WhatsHappeningInThailand
The student activist group United Front of Thammasat and Demonstration (UFTD) will also be moving their 'Stand Against Detention' event to the Criminal Court.
Myanmar Karen NGOs @KPSN19 @karenwomenorg say no aid agencies allowed access to new refugees who fled across to Thailand after fresh military attacks. CSOs say refugees fear Thailand may push them back to Karen state again as seen in March/early April4 month ago
Myanmar Karen NGOs @KPSN19 @karenwomenorg say no aid agencies allowed access to new refugees who fled across to Thailand after fresh military attacks. CSOs say refugees fear Thailand may push them back to Karen state again as seen in March/early April
Ethnic minority Karen troops approach a Myanmar army outpost near the Thai border, which is seen from the Thai side on the Thanlwin, also known as Salween, riverbank in Mae Hong Son province, Thailand, April 28, 2021. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha5 month ago
Ethnic minority Karen troops approach a Myanmar army outpost near the Thai border, which is seen from the Thai side on the Thanlwin, also known as Salween, riverbank in Mae Hong Son province, Thailand, April 28, 2021. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
5 month ago
Another C17 aircraft of IAF airlifted 4 empty containers from Bangkok and landed at Panagarh early morning on 27 April for COVID19 relief operations
Thailand's cabinet has transferred onto the prime minister emergency powers to do whatever is necessary to contain the pandemic. The prime minister will have sweeping powers to enact rules and regulations and issue executive commands
Following heavy criticism, PM Prayut finally made the distribution of covid-vaccines as a national agenda
Thai PM says has heard leaders of some other Asean countries also sending foreign ministers to Jakarta summit on Myanmar
Thailand discovers 405 new cases of coronavirus in the past 24 hours - 197 via tests at medical facilities - 194 via proactive tests - 14 in quarantine facilities
Thai news agency The Reporter said Thai officials on Apr. 5 allowed aid to be delivered from Mae Sam Laep, a border village in Mae Hong Son Province, to Karen villagers displaced by Myanmar military airstrikes in Papun District, Karen State. (Photo: Lak)5 month ago
Thai news agency The Reporter said Thai officials on Apr. 5 allowed aid to be delivered from Mae Sam Laep, a border village in Mae Hong Son Province, to Karen villagers displaced by Myanmar military airstrikes in Papun District, Karen State. (Photo: Lak)
Thailand's 3606 Taharn Pran paramilitary unit closes Mae Sam Lab checkpoint in Mae Hong Son province, blocking delivery of humanitarian supplies to Karen refugees on the border. This is the unit that has pushed back thousands of refugees to Myanmar over the past weeks
Myanmar ethnic Karen media reporting current scenes in the state bordering Thailand now as Myanmar citizens forced to flee from their villages/Internally Displaced Camps to the edge of the border along Salween River due to ongoing attacks by military =5 month ago
Myanmar ethnic Karen media reporting current scenes in the state bordering Thailand now as Myanmar citizens forced to flee from their villages/Internally Displaced Camps to the edge of the border along Salween River due to ongoing attacks by military =
Thailand's justice system ruled today that former Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra does not have to pay compensation for alleged corruption relating to a rice subsidy policy. The decision was made by the cabinet not just by her
Court grants bail to suspects who were indicted for blocking Her Majesty the Queen's motorcade
The prosecutor have decided to charge 5 people, including Ekkachai, Francis & Suranart, for the violation of Section 110. If they are found guilty of threatening the Queen's liberty for allegedly blocking her motorcade, they could be jail for life
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 Monday5 month 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 authorities6 month 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 army6 month 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
6 month ago
About 3,000 Myanmar refugees cross into Thailand fleeing air attacks in Karen state - activist group says
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