P.10 April 2010 - 3

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Today - 2 years after 2010 Thai political protests

War at Khao San

Mourning and defiance

Pavin Chachavalpongpun //
ในโอกาสรำลึกถึงเหตุการณ์ความรุนแรงเมื่อสองปีที่ผ่านมา ผมขอนำสารคดีเรื่องนี้มาลงอีกที Thailand: The Unfinished Revolution จัดทำโดย Channel News Asia ของสิงคโปร์ มีผมและ อ.วรเจตน์ ให้สัมภาษณ์ นับจากวันนั้นถึงวันนี้ ไม่มีอะไรเปลี่ยนแปลงในทางดีเลยครับ
youtube.com – A 20 minute documentary on Channel News Asia on political unrest in Thailand between the leading up to the recent coup and protests. Roles of Thaksin,...  
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Failure to Prosecute Undermines Reconciliation. (New York) – The Thai government's new “political reconciliation” proposals will undermine justice by giving immunity to those responsible for human... 
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Around 20,000 people gathered Sunday in the historic quarter of Bangkok to commemorate the first anniversary of violent clashes between the military and Red Shirt anti-government protesters.
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BANGKOK (Reuters) - A Reuters television cameraman was shot dead on Saturday during a violent clash between Thai troops and anti-government protesters in Bangkok that killed 12 people.Hiro Muramoto,
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15 Dead, Over 600 Hurt In Bangkok Clashes on Saturday April 10, 2010
Fifteen people have been killed and more than 600 others injured in clashes between troops and anti-government protesters in the Thai capital of Bangkok.
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The weeks of popular protests by thousands of red-shirted demonstrators in the centre of Bangkok reached a critical stage on the late Saturday evening of 10 April 2010. At that point, Thailand's s...
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Red-shirted supporters of former Thai premier Thaksin Shinawatra clash with Thai riot police (in background) during continued anti-government protests in central Bangkok on April 10, 2010. Gunshots we...
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The BBC's Vaudine England looks at divisions in the military in the wake of Saturday's violence in Bangkok.

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