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BANGKOK (Bloomberg): Pro-democracy protesters in Thailand planned to rally outside the main office of the nation's most valuable lender, in which King Maha Vajiralongkorn is the biggest shareholder, as they push for more transparency and accountability from the monarchy.
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.
BANGKOK (AFP): Twelve Thai pro-democracy protest leaders have been summoned by police to answer charges of royal defamation, the first use of the draconian law in almost three years, as Bangkok gears up for another major rally.
JEDDAH -- Saudi Aramco said on Tuesday that the terrorist attack on its petroleum products distribution terminal in the port city of Jeddah had no effect on the company's fuel supplies.
THAI police have summoned seven leaders of anti-government protests to face charges of lese majeste over comments made at demonstrations that demanded reforms to the monarchy, a police source and a rights group said.
ISTANBUL (Reuters) - A Turkish court on Tuesday added new defendants to the case against Saudi officials charged over the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, state media reported, in a trial that Ankara says is needed to reveal the full truth behind the killing.
BANGKOK (Reuters): Thai police will deploy nearly 6,000 officers on Wednesday (Nov 25) at the office that manages the royal fortune as the kingdom braces for a demonstration by protesters demanding that King Maha Vajiralongkorn give up personal control of the assets.
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Tuesday he would visit Bahrain "soon" at the invitation of the Gulf state's Crown Prince Salman al-Khalifa.
BANGKOK (Reuters) - Thai police have summoned seven leaders of anti-government protests to face charges of lese majeste over comments made at demonstrations that demanded reforms to the monarchy, a police source and a rights group said on Tuesday.
BANGKOK (The Nation/ANN): In a meeting led by assistant police chief Pol Lt-General Jaruwat Waisaya on Tuesday morning, national police discussed the option of applying the draconian lese majeste law on anti-establishment protesters.