Protesters intent on toppling Thailand's democratically elected prime minister plan to press their struggle again Wednesday...more...
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A 20 year old man who had been reportedly suffering from genital disorder has been found hanged in his home at Mueang District, Udonthani province.
The father of the deceased, who identified himself simply as Mr. Somchai, said his son injected olive oil into hios penis when he was 13 after he was told by his friends that the oil could enlarge his...more...
THE TOURISM outlook in provinces near Bangkok as well as in Hua Hin is bright as many people will likely want to escape the political confusion in the capital for a peaceful place to spend the long holidays this month."People are getting bored of the political turmoil and many choose to go out of Bangkok for the holidays...more...
When the two opposing groups in the political unrest appeared to be heading for more violent clashes last night, some social-media users urged everyone to be calm and not to use or express violence.Poppet Thanat posted a photo of a painting of the Thai flag with the message "God bless us, bring peace in Thailand", followed by the hash tag #prayforthailand.
Some people used their status notifications to call for social media players to keep calm and not stoke the tensions by posting, sharing or commenting on messages with unidentified sources, or which are unconfirmed or filled with hate...more...
Thousands of protesters surrounded Thailand's Interior Ministry and forced the evacuation of four others on Tuesday, intensifying their campaign to bring down the government of Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra.
The protesters defied a tough security law imposed late on Monday, after they had stormed two other ministries, to control demonstrations against Yingluck and her billionaire brother, former premier Thaksin Shinawatra...more...
Is this the end of Thaksin Inc. in Thailand? The more than 100,000 people who joined rallies Sunday to oust the nation's prime minister certainly hope so. So do the thousands who took to the streets again today, some of whom broke barricades and police lines to get inside the grounds of the Finance Ministry in Bangkok.
The biggest anti-government demonstrations since 2010 have less to do with Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra than her fugitive brother. Billionaire Thaksin Shinawatra was ousted as...more...
PHUKET: Several southern provinces have been inundated and many major rivers have risen to an alarming level after days of heavy downpours.
Nakhon Si Thammarat governor Apinan Suethanuwong yesterday warned residents to brace for forest runoff, mudslides and strong waves as several roads in Muang municipality were flooded.
Some sections of the flooded roads were impassable to small vehicles...more...