In Thailand, ‘elephant ticket’ trends on Twitter amid talk of police corruption as PM Prayuth survives no-confidence vote
Clashes break out between pro-democracy protesters and police near Thailand's parliament in Bangkok
Thailand's government ended its protest ban, after protesters ignored it. The emergency decree attempted to silence pro-reform protests, and let police make arrests and censor media. But thousands defied it. Protesters are now giving the PM 3 days to resign.
Thailand's police are investigating 4 media groups for covering protests, claiming they threaten "state security" and "good morals." Police have power to ban broadcasts and block internet under new anti-protest emergency law. Journalists call it blatant censorship.
VIDEO: Activists in hard hats, umbrellas as shields, and gas masks facing off against the police -- Thailand's pro-democracy protesters have taken inspiration and lessons from their counterparts in Hong Kong
Soldier who killed at least 21 in a shooting rampage in Thailand has been shot dead, police say
At least 12 people shot dead by soldier in Thailand, police say The suspect, named by authorities as Jakraphanth Thomma, opened fire at a shopping centre in the city of Nakhon Ratchasima, also known as Korat – he is still at large