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BANGKOK (AP) — A Thai court has sentenced the administrator of an anti-government website to 13 years imprisonment on charges of defaming the monarchy and violating the computer crime act. The Criminal Court on Tuesday gave Thanthawut...
ReutersTHAILAND (REUTERS) - Thailand's opposition won a landslide election victory on Sunday, led by the sister of former Thai prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra in a triumph for red-shirt protesters who clashed with the army last year. Exit polls showed...
Thai troops in full combat gear cracked down against anti-government protesters early today, using gunfire and tear gas to disperse a crowd blocking Bangkok's busiest intersection. The demonstrators, wearing red shirts, returned fire with their own...
Tags: Government, Defense, Emergency Planning, Riots, Minority Groups
CanadaIn a time-honored scam, a group of well-dressed thieves in Vancouver is using ketchup and mustard to rob unsuspecting tourists. The thief surreptitiously slops some of the condiments on the victim's jacket, alerts him or her to the mess and offers...
Tags: Kuwait, U.S. Embassy, NATO, Jamaica, Crime, Law and Justice
Julian Austin Tovar, of Newport Beach, traveled to Thailand as part of a team of Westerners planning to make a documentary on Paw Lu Lu, a Burmese exile who was co-nominated for the 2005 Nobel Peace Prize. On May 20, when Tovar and company arrived at...
Associated PressBANGKOK -- Downtown Bangkok became a flaming battleground Wednesday as an army assault forced anti-government protest leaders to surrender, enraging followers who shot grenades and set fire to landmark buildings, cloaking the skyline in black smoke....
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