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Thailand's Army chief Prayuth Chan-ocha admitted today that the country's armed forces could only take a defensive position in dealing with the present increasing political conflicts, bearing in mind their duty to protect the country, the people and the monarch. He said the disputes have worsened with continuing violence since all factions refuse to abide by the rule of law.
 

Supporters of Thailand's embattled prime minister chained shut the headquarters of the National Anti-Corruption Commission on Wednesday, a day before it plans to charge her with mishandling a government rice subsidy program.
 

Thailand's army chief warned Monday the country risks “collapse” unless it pulls back from escalating violence after attacks in recent days left three children dead in the kingdom's worst political unrest since 2010.
Thailand army chief warns of national 'collapse'

 

An explosion in a busy Bangkok shopping district killed two people and injured 22 on Sunday, a day after a young girl died and dozens were hurt in an attack on a protest rally.
Three killed in Thailand violence

 

Gunmen in a pickup truck attacked an anti-government protest in Thailand's east, killing at least one person, a child, and wounding dozens, as violence in the country's 3-month-old political crisis spread outside the capital, Bangkok, officials said Sunday.
Girl killed, dozens hurt in attack on Thai protest

 

It was the world's last holdout against television and is regarded by travelers as a Himalayan Shangri-La.
 

Angry farmers driving hundreds of tractors called off a threatened protest at Thailand's main airport Friday, offering a reprieve to the country's embattled prime minister and to travelers fearing a repeat of a major 2008 blockade of the airport.
Angry farmers call off protest at Thailand's primary airport

 

A Thai court ordered the government Wednesday not to use force against peaceful protests, as demonstrators vowed to intensify efforts to unseat the premier a day after street clashes left five dead and dozens wounded.
Thai court bans force against peaceful protests

 

Thailand's embattled premier will be charged with neglect of duty, anti-graft officials said Tuesday, as clashes between police and opposition protesters left four dead and dozens wounded in central Bangkok.
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Thailand prime minister to be charged with neglect of duty as clashes leave four dead

 

Thai riot police clashed with opposition protesters during an operation to seize back besieged government buildings in Bangkok on Tuesday, resulting in at least 25 injuries and dozens of arrests.
Clashes, arrests as Thai police raid protest sites

 
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