Pro-democracy group “Taloo-Fah” stages peaceful demonstration in Bangkok this afternoon

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Bangkok - "Taloo-Fah" pro-democracy group along with its supporters, led by Jatupat "Pai Dao Din" Boonpattararaksa, had staged a demonstration at the Victory Monument area of Bangkok before marching to the Government House this afternoon,...

18-year-old Thai rapper fined 2,000 baht at Bangkok police station for allegedly publicly insulting...

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Bangkok - Young Thai rapper Danupha Kanateerakul, better known as 'Milli', was fined 2,000 baht at a Bangkok police station this morning, July 22nd, after being charged for allegedly defaming Prime Minister Prayut Cha-O'Cha following...

Thai Government approves financial aid for qualified local residents in three recent maximum control...

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National - The Thai Cabinet Committee, chaired by Prime Minister Prayut Chan-O'Cha, today, July 20th, has approved financial aid for qualified residents who were affected by the recent order of business closures and restrictions in...

Foodpanda delivery man arrested on lese majeste charges last night after allegedly burning portrait...

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Bangkok - A Foodpanda delivery man who had attended a pro-democracy protest on Saturday was captured by a group of undercover police late last night yesterday, July 19th, over a lese majeste charge, or Section...

Foodpanda apologizes after facing online backlash regarding its response to an employee’s act at...

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Bangkok - Food delivery application "Foodpanda" apologized for its online statement last night, July 18th, as it was facing an online boycott after addressing its food delivery employee who was caught in a video appearing...

Thailand postpones its submarine purchase plan, meeting with China officials to delay the budget...

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Bangkok - The Thai Ministry of Defense has postponed its submarine purchase plan, at least for now, following the order of Prime Minister Prayut Chan-O'Cha, Defense Ministry spokesman Kongcheep Tantravanich told the press yesterday, July...

Water cannons, tear gas, and rubber bullets reportedly fired at pro-democracy demonstrators who gathered...

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Bangkok - High-pressure water cannons, tear gas, and rubber bullets were reportedly fired at pro-democracy demonstrators this afternoon, July 18th, while they were marching from the Democracy Monument to the Government House to demand the...

Royal Gazette releases fresh order banning mass gatherings nationwide in Thailand

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Thailand-   Following protests at the health ministry this afternoon in Bangkok and scheduled protests this weekend in Bangkok, the Thai government announced through the Royal Gazette tonight, July 16th, 2021, a nationwide ban on...

Thai government to provide 4.2 billion baht subsidy to occupational groups affected by government’s...

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National - The Thai Cabinet Committee today, July 13th, has approved a 4.2 billion baht financial remedy for five occupational groups that were crucially affected by strict Covid-19 measures in 10 maximum control provinces, as...

Five pro-democracy activists granted bail without surety following alleged Emergency Decree violation during prior...

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Bangkok - Five pro-democracy activists were granted bail without surety by the Dusit Municipal Court in Bangkok this afternoon, July 8th, after being charged with allegedly violating the Emergency Decree during a demonstration last year...