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PM Abhisit Vejjajiva under rising pressure Police action at red shirt protest hotel fails 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 Riot police face Thai protesters Thai PM rejects protesters' demand  Abhisit Vejjajiva rejected a call from anti-government protesters to dissolve the parliament in 30 days PM Vejjajiva warns Bangkok protesters Thai 'red shirts' appear to accept deal Policemen targeted in Bangkok attacks Thailand delays cutting off protesters  The authorities delayed carrying out their threat to shut off power, cut supplies to an intersection where protesters have amassed Red-shirt supporter Gen Khattiya shot
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No agreement after PM, protesters meet Bangkok protesters refuse to disperse PM declares state of emergency Police fire tear gas at protesters Opposition TV is taken off air again 18 killed in Bangkok protests
Tens of thousands in opposition rally   Tens of thousands of anti-government protesters have gathered in capital to press the government to step down and hold new elections PM rejects protest ultimatum   Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva has appeared on TV to reject a demand from demonstrators that he quit by midday and call elections Protesters threaten to throw blood Protesters carry blood to PM house

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  Thai protesters and a stepped-up security presence have negotiated an end to a protest at Abhisit's house

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  11 were civilians and four military were killed in clashes between anti-government protesters and Thai police and military forces. 486 were injured

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  A renegade general who backs anti-government protesters has been shot, shortly after a deadline for troops to seal their protest camp passed
  Bangkok remains tense after fatal clashes   Military spokesma: Thailand's army had nothing to do with the shooting of an opposition leader in downtown Bangkok May.14   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     UN head urges end to Bangkok clashes  Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has urged protesters and the authorities in Thailand to avoid further violence after deadly clashes   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
May.15   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   Protesters defy PM vow to end stand-off   Thai protesters have stood their ground, defying a vow from Abhisit Vejjajiva to use the military to stop them toppling his government May.16     Thailand rejects UN-backed talks plan   Thai officials have ruled out a mediation in an increasingly violent dispute with anti-government protesters on the streets of Bangkok Fierce gun battle breaks out   Thai Red Shirt leader dies  Maj. Gen. Khattiya Sawasdipol was a renegade general better known as Seh Daeng has died after being wounded by a sniper's bullet during protests May.17   Thai protesters defy evacuation order   Protesters and security forces continued to clash on the streets as thousands of anti-government demonstrators defied a deadline UN: Thais must step back from brink May.18 Government rejects protest talks offer   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
  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 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     Government extends curfew  Thailand's government extended its curfew until Sunday morning, as violence continued in the country besieged by anti-government protests May.23 Curfew extended in capital, provinces Thai film pulls off Cannes shock May.30     Thailand may lift state of emergency  Thai Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva said the country was calm after the first night without a government-imposed curfew in 10 days

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Jul.1 Five soldiers killed in ambush
Jul.5 State of emergency debated in cabinet Jul.21 Visa of pianist accused of rape revoked

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Aug.17 American killed by British kickboxer

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Nov.15     Bout 'extradited from Thailand'  Alleged arms dealer Viktor Bout has been extradited to the United States from Thailand

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B. 03-13 Tens of thousands in opposition rally Thailand
C. 03-14 PM rejects protest ultimatum Thailand
D. 03-15 Protesters threaten to throw blood Thailand
03-16 Protesters carry blood to PM house Thailand
F. 03-28 No agreement after PM, protesters meet Thailand
G. 04-04 Bangkok protesters refuse to disperse Thailand
H. 04-07 PM declares state of emergency Thailand
I. 04-09 Police fire tear gas at protesters Thailand
J. 04-09 Opposition TV is taken off air again Thailand

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