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Englishman battles with three transsexuals on Pattaya Beach

An Englishman was involved in a battle on Pattaya Beach with three transsexuals in the early hours of Saturday. Mr. Lee aged 42 reported the incident to Pattaya Police Station and claimed that 10,000 Baht was stolen during the scuffle. Thanks to members of the public, one of the suspected attackers, Khun Narong aged 18, […]Read More


Bangkok aftermath: ‘Not the Thailand we know anymore’

Bangkok, Thailand (CNN) — Some Bangkok residents ventured out on Thursday to shop and take stock of the damage done to their city one day after the government evicted thousands of anti-government protesters from a downtown district, triggering fires, riots and intense street battles. Some shoppers at the Emporium mall — which was not set […]Read More


Thai Troops Seize Protest Areas; Red Shirt Leaders Surrender

May 19 (Bloomberg) — Thai security forces backed by armored vehicles seized control of a protest site in central Bangkok and detained several of the group’s leaders after a six- week standoff. “We want to announce an end to the protest,” Nattawut Saikuar, one of several Red Shirt leaders, told supporters in a live broadcast […]Read More


Carnage and curfew in Bangkok

Thai authorities imposed a curfew on a jittery Bangkok after a weekend of violence that has left 25 people dead. The government has also ordered schools to be closed from Monday as anti-government Redshirt protesters continue to battle troops through the streets of the capital. As protesters torched a police traffic post and set fire […]Read More


Three Journalists Shot In Thailand Clashes

Three foreign journalists have been shot during protests in Bangkok, according to Sky sources. Local journalist Andrew Chant has told Sky News trouble is escalating between the army and Red Shirts in the Thai capital. “There is an uneasy calm in the area that had the violent protest,” he said. “The army are trying to […]Read More


Bangkok battle: Troops fire on rioting protesters

Associated Press Writer= BANGKOK (AP) — Thai troops fired bullets and tear gas at anti-government protesters rioting near the U.S. and Japanese embassies in an escalation of violence that turned central Bangkok into a virtual war zone after overnight clashes killed one person. The fighting, which has killed 30 people and injured hundreds since the […]Read More