A total of 17 cases are now under investigation by the DSI. The court has already approved arrest warrants for 5 suspects. The DSI is now gathering evidence to issue arrest warrants for 30 more people. http://www.prachatai3.info/english/node/2334
According to Voice TV, on 28 Feb, Director-General of the Department for Special Investigation Tharit Pengdit defended his agency which had been criticized for having been sluggish over lèse majesté cases, and said that the DSI had found that such offences had been committed by networks of people th
It appears that the current regime strategy is not to confront and challenge all red shirts but to divide and conquer. The regime, through military intelligence and the police, as well as through negotiations, are seeking to split red shirts into groups that are more moderate and those considered mo
Cocoa futures in the U.S. Monday rocketed to a 32-year peak as gun battles in top grower Ivory Coast inspired fears a civil war would severely disrupt supplies from the beleaguered African nation. Gunfire flared near the center of the Ivorian capital of Abidjan, inching closer to a full-blown civil
A Thai government agency probing the death of a Japanese cameraman during a military crackdown on protests in Bangkok last April denied Monday it had been pressured to clear the army of responsibility.
A Japanese journalist killed during protests in Bangkok last year does not appear to have been shot by security forces, Thai investigators said Monday, reversing their preliminary findings and raising immediate questions about the inquiry.
BANGKOK (Reuters) - Thai investigators said on Monday they were still trying to establish who killed Reuters cameraman Hiro Muramoto last year after reversing preliminary findings that a soldier probably
Bangkok, February 28, 2011--The Committee to Protect Journalists is concerned by inconsistencies in Thailand’s official investigation into the killing of Reuters cameraman Hiro Muramoto, who was killed by gunfire while covering clashes between anti-government protesters and security forces last Apri