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Thai ex-PM Thaksin charged with terrorism over his role in deadly protests

arrest warrant on charges of terrorism issued for Thaksin Thai ex-PM Thaksin charged with terrorism over his role in deadly protests

ERIC TALMADGE

BANGKOK – Thai authorities accused ousted Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra of terrorism Tuesday, issuing an arrest warrant on charges that carry a possible death sentence for his alleged role ...

Bangkok:  Back to normal

Bangkok Unrest Bangkok: Back to normal

Luc Citrinot, eTN Staff writer

BANGKOK, Thailand (eTN) - After four days of rising violence and confrontation, tensions cooled down in Bangkok on Tuesday morning as the “red shirts” retreated following orders from their ...

Thailand:  civil war with a smile?

Thailand Civil War Thailand: civil war with a smile?

Luc Citrinot and Thomas Steinmetz

BANGKOK, Thailand (eTN) - Thailand seems to be facing increasing difficulties in controlling its political development.

Thailand ushers in new political era

New Thailamd Thailand ushers in new political era

Reinhard Hohler

Chiang Mai, Thailand (eTN) - Member of Parliaments (MPs) voted Monday morning to proclaim Democrat Party Leader, Mr. Abhisit Vejjajiva, 44, as the 27th prime minister of Thailand.

Political crisis plunges Thai transport into chaos

Thailand Political crisis plunges Thai transport into chaos

Stéphane Hanot

BANGKOK, Thailand (eTN) - The latent political crisis about the controversial Thai Prime Minister Samak Sundaravej, considered by many Thais as a “proxy” of previous Prime Minister Thaksin ...

Is Bangkok Post really playing fair?

Thailand Tourism Is Bangkok Post really playing fair?

Stéphane Hanot

BANGKOK, Thailand (eTN) - The Bangkok Post is Thailand’s most influential English-speaking newspaper with a solid reputation for respectability. Following the recent of articles attacking the ...

Thailand election result: Good news for tourism?

Thailand Election Thailand election result: Good news for tourism?

Andrew J. Wood l eTN Ambassador

BANGKOK, Thailand (eTN) - Almost 70 percent of eligible voters turned out to exercise their rights in the country’s first general election following the September 19, 2006 military coup that ...

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