Map. History of Thailand conflict

18 April 2021
The government has announced 93 new cases discovered in Bangkok today stemming from a new cluster at a fresh market in Bang Kae.   Fears of a third wave. 170 total cases discovered1 month ago
The government has announced 93 new cases discovered in Bangkok today stemming from a new cluster at a fresh market in Bang Kae. Fears of a third wave. 170 total cases discovered
Thailand's Constitutional Court rules that the charter amendment process must be approved by referendum and that the people must vote again should there be a draft charter
Thailand foreign ministry's @SangratTanee says Bangkok continues to follow Myanmar situation with "much concern" as a close neighbour. Adds Thailand also "saddened by the loss of lives & sufferings of the people of Myanmar" with escalating violence
Thailand foreign ministry spokesman @SangratTanee at presser says so far no one from Myanmar has crossed into Thailand to seek asylum due to the situation there. But Thailand has prepared facilities to handle any cross-border crossings
Thailand Prime Minister @prayutofficial sprays disinfectant on journalists to avert answering questions about the latest shuffling of his cabinet
1 month ago
Threat made by Thai Immigration Police 2 revoke foreign student visa of those joining protests in Thailand & blacklist them. This will affect #SaveMyanmar protests as well as some foreigners joining Thai monarchy-reform protest. Shame. #whatishappeninginthailand ht @RichardBarrow
9:10 Protesters from the march yesterday gather again today at MRT Lad Phrao station, and walk with Jatupat Boonpattararaksa (Pai Daodin) and Panupong Jardnok to the office of Attorney General on Ratchadapisek Road
The group will now set up a stage at the Democracy Monument for their activities later this evening. However, after they tried to block traffic on Ratchadamneon Road, police officers came to remove the barrier and let traffic into the protest site. #ม็อบ7มีนา #เดินทะลุฟ้า
On 6 March, protesters marched to the judicial court complex on Ratchadapisek Road to express their anger at the lengthy and questionable detention of pro-democracy protesters and political prisoners. #ม็อบ6มีนา
17:45 Protesters gathered at Lat Phrao intersection begin their march to the Criminal Court on Ratchada Road
16:35 Ratsadon-Nonthaburi and Redshirt protesters are heading to the government complex on Chaengwattana Road, via Vibhavadi Rangsit Road. They have asked police officers to walk ahead of them to ensure no further obstruction by the police
A new cluster of 53 COVID19 infections have been linked to a pork butcher's shop in Pornpat market in Pathum Thani, according to the Public Health ministry.
1 month ago
The Philippines launched its Covid-19 vaccination drive on Monday, with health workers, soldiers, police and government officials first in line to get donated Chinese jabs despite concerns over their effectiveness
Din Daeng is tense And very dangerous The police prepare to dissolve the protesters. And behind the police line With a group of able-bodied men claiming to be flat residents
00.32 Protesters have retreated from Din Daeng Police station, close by the protest site, after the police fired another round of rubber bullets. Fire was set at the police car bit extinguished, explosive, firework-like sound was heard.1 month ago
00.32 Protesters have retreated from Din Daeng Police station, close by the protest site, after the police fired another round of rubber bullets. Fire was set at the police car bit extinguished, explosive, firework-like sound was heard.
22.31 Another set of rubber bullets were collected by a protester. The remaining protesters now scattered all over the place, some can be seen riding motorcycle and honking to protest the police brutality.
Police shot rubber bullets and used water cannon and tear gas against pro-democracy protesters in Bangkok, at rallies outside a military barracks containing the Thai prime minister's residence
18.00 While the clash took place around the tollway, protesters at the 1st Infantry regiment entrance removed the razor wire blockade and dropped it at the crowd control police. It result in them retreated to the entrance where some soldiers can be seen.
18.23 The crowd control police set up line in front of the PTT gas station. 2 water cannon trucks parked nearby are now deployed.
6:15 p.m., front of the first regiment, the police arrest at least 2 protesters
17.50 Protesters have arrived at the 1st Infantry Regiment. Some of them are seen trying to remove a part of container and razor wire. They somehow made it through one of them but found the crowd control police waiting behind it
15.10 Protesters from MilkTeaAlliance have arrived at the Victory Monument, a venue for ม็อบ28กุมภา protest announced by Free YOUTH Movement. They are rallying in support of the pro-democracy movement in Myanmar, opposing the coup against the NLD government on 1 Feb
Leading Thai protest group condemns violence by forces in Myanmar and notes the regional solidarity ahead of its own anti-government march today.
#Myanmar police in #Yangon clearing out area and chasing roadside vendor away. At least 2 police vehicles looking like water cannon trucks can be seen on @IrrawaddyNews Live stream #WhatsHappeningInMyanmar
Two Thai rangers killed, another wounded in Narathiwat attack
Chalong Circle closed as firefighters tackle blaze1 month ago
Chalong Circle closed as firefighters tackle blaze
1 month ago
Thailand DeepSouth: Two rangers killed, another wounded in Narathiwat attack
Myanmar military government's foreign minister arrives in Thailand for talks after coup, according to a Thai government source
People have come dressed up as elephants to make fun of the "elephant ticket" (a program of favoritism with Thai police.)
About 2,000 #Myanmar protesters rally outside the UN office on Ratchadamoen Avenue opposing the coup and demanding the release of #AungSanSuuKyi
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