20 September 2021
11 month ago
A CCTV screenshot of Ratchadamnoen Avenue looking towards the Democracy Monument. The protesters, on the right, are on their way to Government House. The left side is where the king is expected to pass at around 5pm #ม๊อบ14ตุลา #Thailand
This is scene behind the eight public buses that are blocking the southern end of Ratchadamnoen Nok Road at Phan Fa Lilat Intersection. Police are adding more barriers and razor barbed wire. The royal motorcade is expected to come down this avenue at around 5pm today #ม๊อบ14ตุลา
Royal motorcade passed Democracy Monument with some protesters flashing 3 fingers &say "return our friends", a reference to protest leader Pai Jatupat & others arrested earlier in the afternoon today.
1 of key Thailand protest leaders @arnonnampa calling on all to gather in downtown Bangkok near MBK 6pm local time to demand for release of @jatupt & other protesters who were taken away earlier as they gathered to prep for Oct 14 protest
18.05 Protesters in front of the parliament stand for the national anthem with 3-finger salute
The protesters have arrived at parliament. Move Forward MPs are here to greet them. It is expected that the speaker of the house or a secretary will receive the petition
Biggest protest in Thailand in years is targeting the military-backed government and calling for reform of the monarchy
Protesters are still camping out at Sanam Luang despite a shower of rain.
Thanathorn leaving the protest area after showing up to show solidarity.
17.30 The protesters numbers have exceed 10,000
16.30 Police set up another line not far from the Grand Palace, along with several water gardening truck. The Public Gathering Act forbids the gathering within a 150 m vicinity from the compound of the Grand Palace and palaces of the royal members
Facebook blocks Thai access to group critical of monarchy
COVID19: Thailand again reports no new cases, fatalities
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US Department of State: Thailand: The Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand has extended its prohibition on all international commercial passenger flights until 11:59pm on April 18
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33 new COVID19 patients in Thailand today
Thailand records 33 new cases of coronavirus, bringing its number to 147
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Thailand reveals that the number of cases of coronavirus has risen to 41
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Thailand added 3 more COVID19 cases, bringing the total number to 40
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