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Thai protesters defy evacuation order   Protesters and security forces continued to clash on the streets as thousands of anti-government demonstrators defied a deadline Fierce gun battle breaks out PM Abhisit in pledge to end protest   Abhisit Vejjajiva has said troops will 'push forward' with an operation to end an anti-government protest in the heart of Bangkok Death toll rises amid red-shirt clashes
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1. 2014-02-22 Deadly attack hits rally in Thailand Khao Saming, Trat, Thailand
2014-02-17 Thailand police and protesters clash in Bangkok Bangkok
D. 2014-01-22 Thai 'red-shirt' protest leader shot Udon Thani, Thailand
4. 2014-01-17 Explosions hit Bangkok protest Bangkok
F. 2013-12-25 Bangkok protesters clash with police Bangkok
G. 2013-12-02 Thai police remove key barricades Bangkok
H. 2013-12-01 Teargas fired amid renewed clashes Bangkok
I. 2013-11-30 Troops deployed amid Bangkok clashes
J. 2010-05-18 Protesters killed in gunbattle Thailand

Thai 'red-shirt' protest leader shot   A leader of pro-government group has been shot, as the 60-day state of emergency came into effect in Bangkok and nearby provinces Explosions hit Bangkok protest  Two explosions rocked an anti-government protest in the Thai capital of Bangkok on Friday, wounding more than two dozen people Bangkok protesters clash with police  Thai police in the capital Bangkok have fired teargas at protesters trying to prevent political parties from registering for February's elec... Thai police remove key barricades   Bangkok: Thai police have removed barricades at the police and government headquarters in a bid to defuse tensions with anti-government protesters Teargas fired amid renewed clashes  Bangkok: Thai authorities fired tear gas amid renewed skirmishes with anti-government protesters outside key government buildings Troops deployed amid Bangkok clashes Map of Government House Bangkok Thailand  Troops have been deployed in the Thai capital Bangkok to support riot police shielding official buildings from anti-government protesters Protesters killed in gunbattle   At least two were killed during the gunbattle in a central Bangkok park where thousands had been camped out in defiance of a government order Army advances on Bangkok protest site
Deadly attack hits rally in Thailand   Gunmen have opened fire on an anti-government rally in eastern Thailand, killing a five-year-old girl and wounding dozens of other people Thailand police and protesters clash in Bangkok

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  Thai police are confronting protesters at a site in central Bangkok, with at least three police reported injured in clashes

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  Military troops began entering a park, where thousands of opposition protesters have been camped out in defiance of an order to vacate the area

  Thai troops are clashing with anti-government protesters in the capital, on a third day of violence that has killed at least 16 people
Deadly clashes, police besiege protesters  Thai forces have fired live rounds after surrounding a fortified protesters' camp amid clashes that left at least four people dead May.13 Red-shirt supporter Gen Khattiya shot
  A renegade general who backs anti-government protesters has been shot, shortly after a deadline for troops to seal their protest camp passed
Apr.22 Riot police face Thai protesters Apr.15 Police action at red shirt protest hotel fails Apr.10 18 killed in Bangkok protests
  11 were civilians and four military were killed in clashes between anti-government protesters and Thai police and military forces. 486 were injured
Apr.9 Police fire tear gas at protesters  Thai police agreed to restore the television signal for an anti-government group in the country on condition that protesters vacate the comp...

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Apr.14 Warrants for protest leaders Apr.13 Protests 'under control'
  The PM said that troops have the situation in Bangkok under control after a day of battles with anti-government protesters Apr.12 Soldiers open fire on crowd   Thai soldiers have opened fire on a crowd of anti-government protesters in the centre of the capital, who fled before the bullets Troops crack down on protest  The army has begun an operation to remove anti-government protesters blocking the centre of the capital, sparking violent clashes Apr.11 Thailand to prosecute protesters  The embattled prime minister Vejjajiva has said legal action will be taken against protesters who forced the cancellation of the regional su...

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Oct.9 Protest leaders surrender  Leaders of the months-long street protests trying to bring down the government have surrendered to police Oct.6 Police fire tear gas at Bangkok protesters
  Several thousand demonstrators attempting to block access by lawmakers to Parliament, heating up a political crisis

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