(BANGKOK) — For years, protesters in Thailand have used social media to organize rallies. Now they’re taking smartphones to a new level.
Apps have been created that allow phones to help protesters perform the high-pitched, raucous noisemaking that is a staple of Thai demonstrations.
More than 70,000 people have downloaded one
The present protests probably won’t lead to a coup, and for a country that’s seen dozens of coups and military-led governments in the past, that’s quite something
Yellow Shirt protesters in Bangkok determined to oust Thailand’s first female Premier
Antigovernment protesters welcomed into grounds of police headquarters with flowers and handshakes
(BANGKOK) — Anti-government protesters crossed heavily fortified barriers to reach the gates of the Thai prime minister’s office and the city police headquarters without resistance from police Tuesday.
After bitterly resisting them with tear gas and rubber bullets since Saturday, police lounged on sidewalks as protesters removed the …
Four people died and more than 100 were injured as violence returned to Bangkok over the weekend
Police unleash tear gas and water cannons on antigovernment protesters as embattled Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra is forced to flee to secret location
Clashes started Saturday and continued Sunday morning and have left at least two people dead and 45 wounded
Demonstrations against PM Yingluck Shinawatra turned violent Saturday
Don’t believe Yellow Shirt talk of a “people’s revolution” — what’s being demanded is nothing short of a putsch
Bangkok descends into chaos as protesters seize ministries and government activates emergency powers
100,000 antigovernment and 50,000 progovernment protesters take to the streets in sign of continuing political tensions
The Red Shirts and the Yellow Shirts are agreeing on something for once — and that is, that neither side wants to forgive the other