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What started as an online war of words between Chinese and Thai netizens over a celebrity’s tweet has ballooned into a regional movement, says ...What started as an online war of words between Chinese and Thai netizens over a celebrity’s tweet has ballooned into a regional movement, says ...

Commentary: The Milk Tea Alliance sweeping through Thailand is a force to be reckoned with - CNA

BANGKOK (Bloomberg): Thailand's Parliament is set to vote on a roadmap for amending the nation's constitution, with pro-democracy groups calling for a fresh rally in Bangkok in support of their demands for the resignation of Prime Minister Prayut Chan-O-Cha and reform of the nation's monarchy.BANGKOK (Bloomberg): Thailand's Parliament is set to vote on a roadmap for amending the nation's constitution, with pro-democracy groups calling for a fresh rally in Bangkok in support of their demands for the resignation of Prime Minister Prayut Chan-O-Cha and reform of the nation's monarchy.

Thai Parliament to meet on charter vote as fresh protests loom | The Star

Thai King Maha Vajiralongkorn Bodindradebayavarangkun and Queen Suthida took the tube for the opening of a new subway station in Bangkok.Thai King Maha Vajiralongkorn Bodindradebayavarangkun and Queen Suthida took the tube for the opening of a new subway station in Bangkok.

Thai king Maha Vajiralongkorn and queen Suthida take the Tube as they open new subway station | Daily Mail Online

Qatar Airways will resume limited flights to Phuket after the coronavirus outbreak halted service to the resort island.Qatar Airways will resume limited flights to Phuket after the coronavirus outbreak halted service to the resort island.

Qatar Airways to return to Phuket

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Thailand Protests at a Tipping Point – The Diplomat

Thailand's government is facing a sustained protest campaign that has brought thousands of people, mostly young, out on the streets to demand the resiAnti-reform group Thai Pakdee will gather early, activist students in afternoon

Thailand latest: 2 rallies outside parliament set for Tuesday - Nikkei Asia

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Thai pro-democracy protesters scaled a Bangkok monument on Saturday night to unfurl a giant banner scribbled with anti-government slogans, a...Thai pro-democracy protesters scaled a Bangkok monument on Saturday night to unfurl a giant banner scribbled with anti-government slogans, and a Thai hip-hop group took aim at the monarchy with their ...

Thai protesters take high ground | The Standard

The elusive monarch has been much less elusive in recent weeks as pro-democracy protesters call for reforms to the powerful institution.The elusive monarch has been much less elusive in recent weeks as pro-democracy protesters call for reforms to the powerful institution.

Thai King Takes Public Transport in Rare Charm Offensive

Some 20 groups called for protests at Bangkok’s Democracy MonumentSome 20 groups called for protests at Bangkok’s Democracy Monument

Thai protesters rally again, call for reforms - The Hindu

BANGKOK, Nov 14 ― Thai pro-democracy protesters scaled a Bangkok monument today night to unfurl a giant banner scribbled with anti-government slogans and calls to reform the monarchy. The kingdom has for months seen massive student-led demonstrations calling for the resignation of Prime Minister...BANGKOK, Nov 14 ― Thai pro-democracy protesters scaled a Bangkok monument today night to unfurl a giant banner scribbled with anti-government slogans and calls to reform the monarchy. The kingdom has for months seen massive student-led demonstrations calling for the resignation of Prime Minister...

Thai pro-democracy protesters scale Bangkok monument | World | Malay Mail

Protesters in Bangkok have shown their disrespect for the Thai King by turning their backs on a royal motorcade as it passed. People have been rallying for months, demanding the resignation of the PM and reform of the monarchy.Protesters in Bangkok have shown their disrespect for the Thai King by turning their backs on a royal motorcade as it passed. People have been rallying for months, demanding the resignation of the PM and reform of the monarchy.

Thailand’s King calls for unity after protesters turn back on his motorcade & throw up ‘Hunger Games’ salute (VIDEOS, PHOTOS) — RT World News

Thai socialist Giles Ji Ungpakorn discusses how activists across the world can build solidarity with the Thai struggle.Thai socialist Giles Ji Ungpakorn discusses how activists across the world can build solidarity with the Thai struggle.

Women and Students Are Leading Thailand’s Fight for Democracy

Thailand: Protesters keep up pressure on prime minister to quit | 2020/11/14Thailand: Protesters keep up pressure on prime minister to quit

Thailand: Protesters keep up pressure on prime minister to quit | Taiwan News | 2020/11/14

As an outspoken 22-year-old Proud calls for reform. But the young protester's demand is viewed as immature by her parents. The political gap between generations is pitting parents against their children and tearing families apart in Thailand.

Anti-monarchy protests reveal generation gap in Thailand - CGTN

The kingdom has for months experienced massive student-led demonstrations demanding a new constitution, changes to how the royal family operates and for Prime Minister Prayut Chan-O-Cha - who rose to power in a 2014 coup - to resign.The kingdom has for months experienced massive student-led demonstrations demanding a new constitution, changes to how the royal family operates and for Prime Minister Prayut Chan-O-Cha - who rose to power in a 2014 coup - to resign.

Thai pro-democracy protesters scale Bangkok monument and rappers take aim at monarchy - World - The Jakarta Post

The anti-government demonstrations were ignited back in February, when the constitutional court banned the opposition party Future Forward, which was popular among...The anti-government demonstrations were ignited back in February, when the constitutional court banned the opposition party Future Forward, which was popular among...

Anti-Government Protesters Rally in Bangkok - Sputnik International

Some 20 groups called the rally at Bangkok’s Democracy Monument this weekend under the name “Mob Fest.”Some 20 groups called the rally at Bangkok’s Democracy Monument this weekend under the name “Mob Fest.”

Thai Protesters Rally Again, Promoting a Diversity of Causes – The Diplomat

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Protesters in Thailand tried to scale a Bangkok monument to unfurl a banner as anti-government demonstrations continued in the country amid calls to reform the monarchy. Watch:Protesters in Thailand tried to scale a Bangkok monument to unfurl a banner as anti-government demonstrations continued in the country amid calls to reform the monarchy. Watch:

Protesters scale monument, turn their back on King's motorcade in Thailand, World News | wionews.com

Anti-government protesters in Thailand have turned their backs on a motorcade carrying King Maha Vajiralongkorn.Anti-government protesters in Thailand have turned their backs on a motorcade carrying King Maha Vajiralongkorn.

Demonstrators turn backs on Thai king | NHK WORLD-JAPAN News

Thousands of people protested in Bangkok on Saturday (November 14) in the latest anti-government demonstrations that have also called for reforms to Thailand's powerful monarchy. The protests began in July, seeking to remove Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha, a former junta leader. On Saturday, the police said some 2,500 protesters gathered at Democracy Monument in the city, putting on songs and dances mocking the government. Police said they would not use violence to crackdown on demonstrators. But deployed 5,100 troops to maintain order. About a mile away, thousands of royalists gathered in yellow shirts and waved Thai flags as they waited to greet King Maha Vajiralongkorn, who was expected to attend the opening ceremony of a subway station. Protesters said they would turn their backs when the Royal Motorcade passed. This is prominent protest leader "Rung": "I want to tell the government to not underestimate the people, don't underestimate our power. You exist because of the people. Without the people, both the government and the monarchy will have no power. Don't just look at us as just the dust under people's feet. We are human, we have power, we have our own thoughts. Sovereignty belongs to everyone, not just one person." The Royal Palace was not available for comment. It has not commented since the start of the demonstrations, but the king said two weeks ago that the protesters were still loved and that Thailand was a land of compromise. Thousands of people protested in Bangkok on Saturday (November 14) in the latest anti-government demonstrations that have also called for reforms to Thailand's powerful monarchy. The protests began in July, seeking to remove Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha, a former junta leader. On Saturday, the police said some 2,500 protesters gathered at Democracy Monument in the city, putting on songs and dances mocking the government. Police said they would not use violence to crackdown on demonstrators. But deployed 5,100 troops to maintain order. About a mile away, thousands of royalists gathered in yellow shirts and waved Thai flags as they waited to greet King Maha Vajiralongkorn, who was expected to attend the opening ceremony of a subway station. Protesters said they would turn their backs when the Royal Motorcade passed. This is prominent protest leader "Rung": "I want to tell the government to not underestimate the people, don't underestimate our power. You exist because of the people. Without the people, both the government and the monarchy will have no power. Don't just look at us as just the dust under people's feet. We are human, we have power, we have our own thoughts. Sovereignty belongs to everyone, not just one person." The Royal Palace was not available for comment. It has not commented since the start of the demonstrations, but the king said two weeks ago that the protesters were still loved and that Thailand was a land of compromise.

Thai protesters call for removal of prime minister [Video]

Thailand's King Maha Vajiralongkorn tells wellwishers of the importance of unity, after thousands of protesters turned their backs on his motorcade as it passed through central Bangkok.Thailand's King Maha Vajiralongkorn tells wellwishers of the importance of unity, after thousands of protesters turned their backs on his motorcade as it passed through central Bangkok.

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Pro-democracy protesters fear for their safety as they call for reforms to the monarchy, something nobody dares criticise usually.Pro-democracy protesters fear for their safety as they call for reforms to the monarchy, something nobody dares criticise usually.

Thailand protests: Why are Thai people protesting and what is the significance? | World News | Sky News

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BANGKOK • Thai pro-democracy protesters scaled a Bangkok monument last night to unfurl a giant banner scribbled with anti-government slogans and calls to reform the monarchy.. Read more at straitstimes.com.SE Asia News -BANGKOK • Thai pro-democracy protesters scaled a Bangkok monument last night to unfurl a giant banner scribbled with anti-government slogans and calls to reform the monarchy.. Read more

Thai pro-democracy protesters unfurl banner over Bangkok monument, SE Asia News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

The initial focus of protests that began in July was to seek the removal of Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha, a former junta leader

Thousands of Thai protesters call for removal of prime minister - International - World - Ahram Online

Pro-democracy protesters in Thailand rallied again on Saturday, promoting a diversity of causes and taking an opportunity to display their rejection of the country's power structure directly to the monarch.Pro-democracy protesters in Thailand rallied again on Saturday, promoting a diversity of causes and taking an opportunity to display their rejection of the country's power structure directly to the monarch.

The core demands of the student-led protest movement are that Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha step down, the constitution be amended to make it more democratic, and the monarchy be reformed to be made more accountable.The core demands of the student-led protest movement are that Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha step down, the constitution be amended to make it more democratic, and the monarchy be reformed to be made more accountable.

Thailand rally for democracy draws thousands of protesters - National | Globalnews.ca

Twenty groups called the rally at Bangkok’s Democracy Monument.Twenty groups called the rally at Bangkok’s Democracy Monument.

Thai protesters rally again, promoting range of causes