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Thai Political Protests (2010)

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  • Pictures in the News | June 1, 2015

     
    In Monday's Pictures in the News a military honor guard stands in the rain as the remains of Army Cpl. Elmer Richard arrive in his hometown of Exeter, N.H., for burial with full military honors. Richard, of Exeter, N.H. was captured in Korea in 1950 at the age
  • Thai protest leaders get jail term for anti-government rally

    Six prominent protest leaders in Thailand were sentenced to two years in prison Thursday for storming the prime minister's office compound during massive anti-government rallies in 2008 in part of the political turmoil that has plagued the country in...

    Thailand revokes passports of ousted premier Thaksin

    Thai authorities said Wednesday they revoked two passports belonging to former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra following an interview he gave in South Korea they said could affect national security. Speaking to South Korea's Chosun Ilbo newspaper...

    Year-old Thai coup imposes superficial calm but little else

    Shortly after seizing power in a coup that followed months of debilitating street protests, Gen. Prayuth Chan-ocha vowed to end Thailand's decade of political upheaval once and for all. In his words, "to bring everything out in the open and fix it." A...

    Thai leader calls for ending martial law but seeks sweeping new powers

    Thai leader calls for ending martial law but seeks sweeping new powers
    Thailand's coup leader-turned-prime minister on Tuesday called for an end to martial law, to be replaced with sweeping authority for himself that human rights advocates likened to absolute power with impunity. Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha, a general...