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Recent Summary.     Click for More > Protest-hit Thailand marks king's birthday. Bangkok Teargas fired amid renewed clashes. Bangkok Troops deployed amid Bangkok clashes Thai protesters target army HQ. Bangkok Demonstrators fill Bangkok streets  Crowds opposed to the administration of Prime Minister Shinawatra are on the streets for a second day, amid tensions between rival political camps Curfew after surrender of red-shirts Protesters killed in gunbattle Army advances on Bangkok protest site Death toll rises amid red-shirt clashes  Thai troops are clashing with anti-government protesters in the capital, on a third day of violence that has killed at least 16 people Red-shirt supporter Gen Khattiya shot Dozens hurt in Bangkok protest blasts 18 killed in Bangkok protests Protesters carry blood to PM house Protests 'under control' Troops crack down on protest Thai protests disrupt Asian summit   Political demonstrations in Thailand disrupted the Association of South East Asian Nations summit Police fire tear gas at Bangkok protesters Thousands rally against PM
Thailand police and protesters clash in Bangkok Protests disrupt Thailand election   Bangkok: Protests have disrupted general election, halting voting in Bangkok and the south, but officials say that 89% of polling stations operated n... State of emergency declared for Bangkok Bangkok 'shutdown' extends into 2nd day Protesters begin Bangkok 'shutdown'


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B. 05-14 Two killed at Thai protest camp
C. 03-29 Protesters restart Bangkok rallies Bangkok
3. 02-22 Deadly attack hits rally in Thailand Khao Saming, Trat, Thailand
4. 02-17 Thailand police and protesters clash in Bangkok Bangkok
F. 02-03 After disrupting election, protesters pledge more demonstrations Bangkok
02-02 Protests disrupt Thailand election Bangkok
H. 02-01 Gun battle erupts before Thai poll Bangkok
8. 01-22 Thai 'red-shirt' protest leader shot Udon Thani, Thailand
9. 01-21 State of emergency declared for Bangkok Bangkok


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Thailand police and protesters clash in Bangkok  Thai police are confronting protesters at a site in central Bangkok, with at least three police reported injured in clashes After disrupting election, protesters pledge more demonstrations. Bangkok Protests disrupt Thailand election


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May.14  Two killed at Thai protest camp
Mar.29  Protesters restart Bangkok rallies
Feb.22  Deadly attack hits rally in Thailand
Feb.17
Feb.3
Feb.2
  Bangkok: Protests have disrupted general election, halting voting in Bangkok and the south, but officials say that 89% of polling stations operated normally
Feb.1  Gun battle erupts before Thai poll Jan.22 Thai 'red-shirt' protest leader shot Jan.21   State of emergency declared for Bangkok  The Thai government has declared a state of emergency for the tense capital of Bangkok amid anti-government protests Jan.17 Explosions hit Bangkok protest Jan.14 Bangkok 'shutdown' extends into 2nd day  Tens of thousands of demonstrators continued anti-government protests in Bangkok intended to drive Thailand's Prime Minister out of office Jan.12 Protesters begin Bangkok 'shutdown'
  Protesters have begun blocking roads in parts of the Thai capital, Bangkok, in a bid to oust the government before snap elections on February 2
 The protesters have built barricades and occupied road junctions, and want to replace the government with a 'People's Council'


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Dec.25  Bangkok protesters clash with police Dec.22  Thai protesters block poll stadium Dec.21  Thai opposition gears up for rally Dec.4 Protest-hit Thailand marks king's birthday
  Bangkok: Thailand is marking the 86th birthday of King Bhumibol Adulyadej, amid a truce after days of violent demonstrations in the capital Bangkok Dec.3 Official: Temporary truce in Thailand. Bangkok Dec.2 Thai police remove key barricades. Bangkok  Thai PM rejects resignation demand Dec.1 Teargas fired amid renewed clashes   Bangkok: Thai authorities fired tear gas amid renewed skirmishes with anti-government protesters outside key government buildings Thailand anti-government protests show no signs of slowing. Bangkok Nov.30 Troops deployed amid Bangkok clashes   Troops have been deployed in the Thai capital Bangkok to support riot police shielding official buildings from anti-government protesters Nov.28 Thai protesters target army HQ   Bangkok: Protesters in Thailand have forced their way into the army headquarters, as anti-government rallies entered a sixth day Nov.26 Mass protests up tensions in Thailand. Bangkok Nov.24 Demonstrators fill Bangkok streets
  Crowds opposed to the administration of Prime Minister Shinawatra are on the streets for a second day, amid tensions between rival political camps


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May.19   Curfew after surrender of red-shirts  Thailand's authorities have put the capital under curfew after red-shirt protest leaders surrendered as troops stormed their barricades May.18 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 orde... Army advances on Bangkok protest site
  Military troops began entering a park, where thousands of opposition protesters have been camped out in defiance of an order to vacate the area May.17 Thai protesters defy evacuation order May.15 Protesters defy PM vow to end stand-off PM Abhisit in pledge to end protest May.14 Death toll rises amid red-shirt clashes
  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 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 May.12 Thailand delays cutting off protesters Apr.24 PM Vejjajiva warns Bangkok protesters Thai PM rejects protesters' demand Apr.22 Dozens hurt in Bangkok protest blasts  Dozens of people are reported to have been injured following a series of explosions. At least some of the blasts were caused by grenades 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 Apr.7 PM declares state of emergency Mar.16 Protesters carry blood to PM house  Thai protesters and a stepped-up security presence have negotiated an end to a protest at Abhisit's house Mar.15 Protesters threaten to throw blood Mar.14 PM rejects protest ultimatum Mar.13 Tens of thousands in opposition rally

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Apr.13 Protests 'breaking up'
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 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 Apr.10 Thai protests disrupt Asian summit
  Political demonstrations in Thailand disrupted the Association of South East Asian Nations summit
Apr.7 Bangkok faces protests against PM Mar.26 Protesters surround govt. headquarters

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Dec.29  PM delivers key speech amid protests Dec.2 Demonstrators leave airports
Protesters to end siege as PM ousted Nov.30  Protesters allow dozens of planes to leave Nov.26  Thai protests shut second airport PM rejects calls for elections Oct.9  Protest leaders surrender 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 Jun.2  Protesters win concessions

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Mar.5   Thousands rally against PM
  Thousands of opponents of Thaksin are protesting, vowing not to disperse until prime minister resigns