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BANGKOK (Reuters) - The most prominent leaders of Thai anti-government protests presented themselves at a police station on Monday to hear charges of insulting the monarchy of King Maha Vajiralongkorn, but said they would not be deterred from their demonstrations.
Police have issued summons to 12 pro-democracy protest leaders over charges relating to Section 112, according to a news source at the Royal Thai Police headquarters.
BANGKOK (Reuters) - Thai protesters called on King Maha Vajiralongkorn to give up control of a royal fortune valued in the tens of billions of dollars on Wednesday as the latest in months of demonstrations focused squarely on the monarchy.
Thai police use water cannon on protesters in Bangkok, as they march to hand over a letter to their King
BANGKOK, Nov 9 (The Straits Time/ANN): Thai police used a water cannon against protesters in Bangkok once more on Sunday (Nov 8) as thousands marched to the Grand Palace, raising tensions in a Kingdom increasingly riven by conflict over the role of its monarchy.
BANGKOK (Reuters) - Describing themselves as "human beings, not dust", thousands of Thai protesters demanding reforms of the monarchy marched to the German embassy in Bangkok on Monday to put pressure on King Maha Vajiralongkorn, who spends much of his time in Germany.
As Thailand’s protests snowball, rattled royalists would rather blame a hidden foreign hand than look inward
HONG KONG, Oct 23 (SCMP): The kingdom’s desperate old guard cannot – or will not see the government’s muddled handling of the economy, and growing dissatisfaction with the monarchy
The lifting of the “severe” state of emergency imposed on Bangkok was announced in the Royal Gazette.
BANGKOK (Reuters): The Thai government on Thursday (Oct 22) ordered the removal of emergency measures imposed a week earlier to try to end months of protests against Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha and the monarchy, a statement said.
BANGKOK (Reuters) - Thailand on Thursday rolled back an emergency decree aimed at ending months of protests against the government and monarchy that had only inflamed anger and brought tens of thousands of people onto Bangkok streets.