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Members of "red-shirts" rally in Bangkok

Coalition gov't ready for no-confidence motion: Thai Deputy PM

Thailand's coalition government is ready for a no-confidence motion having been prepared by the opposition, Deputy Premier in charge of security affairs Suthep Thaugsuban said Sunday. Full story


Who are Thailand's "red shirts"?

The UDD is largely backed by the rural poor, loyal to Thaksin because of his populist policies while in office from 2001-2006.


Will you cancel your travel plan due to Thai "red-shirts" rally in Bangkok?


More arrest warrants for Thai "red-shirts" next week: DSI chief

2010-05-28 05:50:08 GMT Xinhua English BANGKOK, May 28 (Xinhua) -- The Department of Special Investigation (DSI) will ask the courts next week to approve more arrest warrants for the third-generation leaders of anti- government United front for Democracy against Dictatorship (UDD), nicknamed "red-shirts", said the DSI director general on Friday.

Losses of businesses, properties in Bangkok valued over 123.5 mln dollars

2010-05-24 13:40:33 GMT Xinhua English BANGKOK, May 24 (Xinhua) -- Combined losses of small businesses and private properties, which were registered with the government for help, are preliminarily valued at over 4.0 billion baht (123.532 million U.S. dollars), the Thai News Agency (TNA) reported on Monday.

Life in Bangkok returning to normal amid challenges

2010-05-24 12:34:17 GMT Xinhua English As life in Bangkok is returning to normal days after government troops ended two-month protests by Red Shirt demonstrators, the Thai government still faces tough challenges of healing the wounds caused by political unrest, and restoring the country's social and economic order, political analysts here said.

Two more Thai "red-shirts" leaders surrender

2010-05-24 08:44:52 GMT Xinhua English BANGKOK, May 24 (Xinhua) -- Two more leaders of "Red-Shirts" United Front for Democracy against Dictatorship (UDD) turned themselves in to the police on Monday for being charged of bleaching the emergency decree.

Thailand protests called off

2010-05-19 10:48:47 GMT Several Red Shirt leaders called off their anti-government protests in Bangkok. CNN's Dan Rivers reports.

Armed Thai troops patrol Bangkok business district

2010-04-19 03:08:32 GMT Thai troops armed with assault rifles moved into Bangkok's central business district Monday morning to stop thousands of anti-government protesters and threatening to march down the capital's "Wall Street."

Thai red-shirts parade through Bangkok

2010-03-21 06:40:20 GMT Xinhua English Thousands of "red shirt" anti-government protesters and supporters of former premier Thaksin Shinawatra pressed ahead with demonstrations through central Bangkok on Saturday, continuing their bid to bring down a government that is refusing to budge and call for new elections.

Thai blood-pouring stunt in Government protest

2010-03-17 07:00:22 GMT Anti-government demonstrators have spilled gallons of blood in Bangkok demanding Parliament is dissolved.