April 10th, 2010
11:29 AM ET

Camerman killed in Bangkok protests

A Reuters cameraman was shot and killed Saturday during protests in Bangkok, Thailand, the news agency's bureau there told CNN. He was Japanese, the bureau said.

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April 8th, 2010
08:41 AM ET

Thai protesters demand government reopen TV station

Thai protesters - demanding a new government - remained defiant Thursday and demanded officials reopen their television station, which was shut down amid accusations of misinformation.

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April 7th, 2010
08:55 AM ET

Updated: Thai PM declares state of emergency

[Updated at 8:55 a.m.] Deputy Prime Minister Suthep Thuagsuban has been appointed to administer emergency law after anti-government demonstrators broke into the country's parliament.

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April 6th, 2010
07:43 AM ET

Thousands continue protests in Bangkok

Thai protesters swarmed the streets of Bangkok waving banners and flags that proclaimed “TRUTH TODAY”.

Thousands of anti-government protesters defied calls to disperse and flocked to Bangkok Tuesday, jamming the commercial hub of the city for the fourth straight day as officials predicted a blow to the economy.

The group, United Front for Democracy Against Dictatorship, forced the closure of luxury shopping malls, blocked entrances to some hotels and made access to a holy shrine difficult.

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March 21st, 2010
12:07 PM ET

Thai government invites protesters to meet

The Thai government has offered to meet with anti-government protesters in a move to end a political stalemate that has prompted mass demonstrations in the capital, fficials said.

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March 17th, 2010
04:54 AM ET

Protesters splatter blood on Thai prime minister's home

Anti-government protesters broke through a heavy police cordon Wednesday and splattered blood on the gates of Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva's residence.

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March 16th, 2010
12:05 PM ET

Thai 'red shirts' pour blood in anti-government protest

Anti-government protesters poured a small amount of blood at the headquarters of the government in Bangkok on Tuesday, but the demonstration did not live up to their threat to douse the ministers' offices in blood.

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March 15th, 2010
04:52 AM ET

World update: Protests growing in Thailand

An update from London on some of the international stories we expect to develop Monday:

Thai protests - Anti-government protesters have threatened to begin collecting hundreds of liters of blood to toss on official buildings as they step up their efforts to bring down Thai Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva's administration.

U.S.-Israel relations - Israel's top envoy to the U.S. says the two countries face the worse crisis in bilateral relations in 35 years. The Israeli prime minister has set up a team to investigate why officials announced new settlement construction in disputed territory while U.S. Vice President Joe Biden was visiting the country.

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March 14th, 2010
04:49 PM ET

Thousands of anti-government protesters flood Thai capital

Tens of thousands of protesters poured into the center of Bangkok on Sunday, bringing the city to a virtual standstill in an effort to topple the Thailand government. FULL POST

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