Tags : Rioters


Over Ten Police Officers Injured as Rioters and Looters Devastate

More than ten law enforcement officers were injured in Stuttgart on Sunday morning after the city centre became a scene of violent upheaval as hundreds of people went on a looting and rioting spree, the local police said in a press release. The rioters broke shop windows, smashed cars and threw stones at the authorities, […]Read More


Jokowi Vows Action against Rioters after 6 Killed in Indonesian

Newly re-elected Indonesian President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo promised firm action against rioters on Wednesday after six people died and 200 were injured in overnight clashes in the nation’s capital between police and supporters of defeated challenger Prabowo Subianto. Authorities arrested dozens after anti-riot police lobbed tear gas and fired water cannons to disperse demonstrators outside […]Read More


Warrants out of 86 suspects in Thalang district police riot

Police are still looking for 69 suspects wanted for involvement in the riot in front of Thalang district police station in Phuket on October 10-11 last year. Pol Lt-Gen Tesa Sirivatho, commissioner of 8th region provincial police bureau, said today that 17 have, so far, been arrested by the police on charges of riot, arsoning […]Read More


261 Rohingyas at Phang-nga immigration staging near riot

BANGKOK, 9 August 2013 (NNT) – 261 Rohingya migrants detained at Phang-nga immigration checkpoint attempted to break out of their cells, demanding their release so they could perform a prayer on the occasion of Hari Raya. The detained illegal migrants tried to break through the door of the building housing them, prompting Phang-nga Provincial Police […]Read More


Inmate’s Death Sparks Riot In Samut Sakhon Prison

About 50 inmates in Samut Sakhon prison erupted in a riot after a prisoner died in his cell. Inmates said prison officials had ignored the ailing convict. However, a truce was negotiated, and no one was injured. About 400 officers were sent to the prison to help. Read more: pattayadailynews.comRead More


Thai Police stages a riot control drill ahead of protests

BANGKOK, 5 June 2012 (NNT) – The Royal Thai police are prepared for further clashes between different political groups, staging a riot control drill at the Central Police Training Center in Salaya, Nakhon Prathom province. Newly appointed Metropolitan Police Chief, Pol Maj Gen Khamronwit Thoopkrachang, will this afternoon travel to the police training center to […]Read More