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51 protesters wounded in Thailand explosions

51 protesters wounded in Thailand explosions

01-Dec-2008 Intellasia | AP | 7:01 AM

Attackers set off explosions at anti-government protest sites Sunday Nov 30, wounding 51 people and raising fears of widening confrontations in Thailand’s worst [...]
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Rival protests in Thailand stoke tensions

Rival protests in Thailand stoke tensions

01-Dec-2008 Intellasia | AFP | 7:01 AM

Thousands of red-clad government supporters rallied in downtown Bangkok Sunday Nov 30, stoking tensions after grenade attacks wounded dozens from a rival group that has [...]
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Thailand on ‘most dangerous’ list for travellers

01-Dec-2008 Intellasia | phnompenhpost.com | 7:01 AM

Thailand has made the list of the Top 20 Most Dangerous Places as compiled by the Telegraph newspaper of London. The latest edition of the list puts Thailand as the seventh [...]
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100,000 stranded in Thailand after airports shut

100,000 stranded in Thailand after airports shut

30-Nov-2008 Intellasia | AP | 7:30 AM

The vacation is over for tens of thousands of tourists in Thailand. But they can’t go home. About 100,000 people have been stranded by the closures of the airports by [...]
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Tourists be flown out of Thailand from military bases

Tourists be flown out of Thailand from military bases

29-Nov-2008 Intellasia | thewest.com | 8:01 AM

Thailand’s tourism minister says authorities will begin flying thousands of stranded tourists out of one or two military bases in the next 48 hours. Weerasak Kohsurat [...]
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Governments warn citizens against visits to Thailand

29-Nov-2008 Intellasia | bangkokpost.com | 8:01 AM

Many countries have issued travel advisories to their citizens who are planning to visit Thailand following the storming of Suvarnabhumi airport. Among them, China has [...]
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Thai govt urges army to stay in barracks

Thai govt urges army to stay in barracks

29-Nov-2008 Intellasia | AFP | 8:01 AM

Thailand’s government on Thursday asked the military to stay in their barracks as rumours circulated that the army was plotting a coup amid protests, a spokesman said. [...]
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Thailand mulls delaying Asean meet

29-Nov-2008 Intellasia | nst.com | 8:01 AM

Thailand is considering delaying the Asean Summit, scheduled from December 15 to 18 in Chiang Mai, Foreign minister Sompong Amornwiwat told the Nation daily. The daily [...]
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Thailand police negotiations fail to end protests at airports

Thailand police negotiations fail to end protests at airports

29-Nov-2008 Intellasia | Bloomberg | 8:01 AM

Thailand’s main international airport remained paralyzed for a fifth day and the government sacked the nation’s police chief as negotiations failed to achieve an [...]
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Thailand’s second airport closed by protesters

Thailand’s second airport closed by protesters

28-Nov-2008 Intellasia | TNA | 7:01 AM

Anti-government People’s Alliance for Democracy (PAD) protesters forcefully shut down Bangkok’s domestic airport, Don Mueang, late Wednesday, only one day after [...]
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Asean dubious Thailand can hold summit amidst turmoil

Asean dubious Thailand can hold summit amidst turmoil

28-Nov-2008 Intellasia | AP | 7:01 AM

The foreign ministers of Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam have written to the Asean secretary general suggesting the ASEAB leaders’ summit set for mid-December in Thailand be [...]
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Coup pressure mounts as Thai army calls for new elections

Coup pressure mounts as Thai army calls for new elections

28-Nov-2008 Intellasia | Reuters | 7:01 AM

Pressure built on Thailand’s military to intervene in a political crisis threatening to descend into widespread civil unrest on Thursday after prime minister Somchai [...]
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Anti-government protesters wounded near Thai airport: reports

Anti-government protesters wounded near Thai airport: reports

27-Nov-2008 Intellasia | Reuters | 3:54 PM

Several anti-government protesters blockading Bangkok’s international airport were wounded by a bomb on Wednesday, protest leaders said, as chaos ruled inside the [...]
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Thousands stranded in Thailand by protests, PM refuses to step down

Thousands stranded in Thailand by protests, PM refuses to step down

27-Nov-2008 Intellasia | AP | 2:35 PM

Thousands of frustrated travelers were stranded in Thailand on Wednesday after protesters shut down the main airport in a major escalation of their four-month campaign to [...]
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FACTBOX -Key facts about Thailand, the Land of Smiles

27-Nov-2008 Intellasia | Reuters | 7:01 AM

Anti-government protesters stormed Thailand’s main airport and disrupted flights on Tuesday, the latest escalation in six-month street campaign that has hurt the [...]
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