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(BANGKOK) — Police say a tour bus carrying students on a field trip in eastern Thailand has crashed into a truck, killing 15 and injuring more than 30 others.
Police Lt. Col. Anukarn Thammavijarn says the bus lost control Friday morning on a downhill road and slammed into the truck, which was in front of it.
The bus was carrying …
(BANGKOK) — Thailand’s anti-graft commission on Thursday summoned the embattled prime minister to hear charges of negligence for allegedly mishandling a government subsidy program, as her supporters blocked access and chain-locked one of the gates to the agency’s headquarters in Bangkok’s outskirts.
The charges from the National …
Academics and activists are talking about the possibility of “widespread conflict,” even civil war
(BANGKOK) — Two young siblings and a woman were killed in an apparent grenade attack against anti-government protesters occupying an upscale shopping area of Thailand’s capital on Sunday, the latest violence in a months-long political crisis that is growing bloodier by the day.
The attack near the Ratchaprasong intersection in the …
(BANGKOK) — Gunmen in a pickup truck attacked an anti-government protest in Thailand’s east, killing at least one, an 8-year-old girl, and wounding dozens, as violence in the country’s 3-month-old political crisis spread outside the capital, Bangkok, officials said Sunday.
The attack took place Saturday night in Trat province, about …
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Simmering political tensions flared up in the Thai capital once more as police efforts to disperse protest camps led to at least four dead and dozens injured.
Grenades and gunfire unleashed in the Thai capital
(BANGKOK) — Emergency medical officials say that one civilian was killed and 50 people were injured in clashes between Thai police and anti-government protesters in Bangkok.
Multiple gunshots were heard midday Tuesday at the site in a historic section of town near the Government House, but it wasn’t clear who was firing.