Tags : Saladaeng

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Vietnamese Men Slashes Bags, Stealing Mobile Phones during Songkran

Bangkok Police arrested a Vietnamese man after slashing his victims waterproof bag and stole a mobile phone. The defendant refused all the allegations. BANGKOK – April 16, 2012 [PDN]; Officers of Tungmahamek Police Station, arrested Mr. Lee Dok Ho, a 57-year-old Vietnamese National, for allegedly cutting a waterproof bag containing a mobile phone belonging to […]Read More

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Bangkok: Red Shirts gather at Democracy Monument

Red Shirts gather at Democracy Monument to commemorate losses in political turmoil BANGKOK, Oct 10 – Supporters of the United Front for Democracy against Dictatorship (UDD) on Sunday began their rally by assembling at Saladaeng intersection and later moved to the Democracy Monument to light 20,000 red candles as a memorial gesture for those killed […]Read More

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Bangkok Police Prepares for Upcoming Red-Shirt Rally

The Metropolitan Police Bureau has planned to deploy more than 3,000 officers at a political rally to be organized this upcoming Sunday by a red shirt affiliated group. Acting Commander of the Metropolitan Police Bureau, Police Lieutenant General Jaktip Chaijinda has called for a meeting with the commanders and the deputy commanders of Regions 1 […]Read More

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Mobs burn Bangkok

Arsonists rampaged in downtown Bangkok on Wednesday afternoon, setting fire to buildings and shopping centres, after the core leaders of the United front for democracy against Dictatorship surrendered and announced an end to the protest rally at Ratchaprasong intersection. Fires were reported at Central World department store in Ratchaprasong, Siam Theatre at Siam Square, the […]Read More

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Silom McDonalds Bombed

Bombs Continue to Rock Silom The glass walls and windows of Mc Donald’s at Silom Center was damaged in what authorities believe to be either a bomb or gunfire attack while a ping pong bomb was thrown at Saladaeng intersection last night. Just off Silom Road, the red-shirt protesters have erected more barricades in front […]Read More

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Red rally site isolated

Troops, protesters clash on highway Soldier shot dead, 19 people injured Security authorities have ordered Bangkok police to close all roads around the red shirt rally site as of last night to increase the pressure on the anti-government group. Sources said the Centre for the Resolution of the Emergency Situation imposed the order to block […]Read More

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Anti-Red demonstrators, Red Shirts skirmish in capital

BANGKOK, April 22 (TNA) – Projectiles — rocks and marbles, launched from schoolboy slingshots and homemade rockets –streaked across Bangkok’s Saladaeng intersection as the Thai capital’s Silom Road local business community and the so-called ‘Multi-Coloured Group’ skirmished with anti-government ‘Red Shirt’ activists at Saladaeng intersection outside the Dusit Thani Hotel late Wednesday night. Homemade rockets […]Read More

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Red shirts, soldiers ready

Barricades set up as both sides armed to attacked The red shirts barricaded all six entrances to their protest site on Rajprasong intersection yesterday after the government made it clear that it was waiting for the right opportunity to use force to disperse the tens of thousands of protesters. However, Saladaeng intersection, adjoining Silom Road […]Read More