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Thai opposition activist says training ''civilian warriors'' to oust junta

Army chief suggested Wuthipong could have been behind an explosion at a military hospital in Bangkok on Monday that wounded 24 people.

Thai ex-PM Yingluck $450 million bill aimed at her brother

Deposed premier Yingluck Shinawatra today accused Thailand's junta of "hounding" her family after it pressed for a USD 450 million tax bill to be slapped on her older brother Thaksin.

Thai `Red Shirt` leader back behind bars

Thailand`s most prominent opposition Red Shirt leader was back behind bars on Tuesday after a court ruled that he had breached bail conditions by criticising the junta during a television show.

Fans mob Thai ex-PM Yingluck days before referendum

Hundreds of fans mobbed ex-premier Yingluck Shinawatra as she arrived at court Friday to give evidence at her negligence trial, where she implored supporters to vote on a contentious referendum this weekend.

Ousted party urges Thais to reject junta's constitution

The political party toppled in Thailand's 2014 coup urged voters Wednesday to reject the military's proposed new constitution, describing it as an undemocratic document that would further entrench army rule.

Thai pro-democracy `Red Shirts` to reject army charter

Thailand`s pro-democracy "Red Shirt" movement will vote against a new junta-scripted charter in a looming referendum, their leader said Thursday, a move that could deepen the country`s political impasse.

Thailand's ousted Shinawatra clan defies junta with publicity drive

Many analysts believe their Puea Thai Party would still easily win the next general election, which the junta has vowed to hold next year.

Thai junta picks 21-member panel to write new constitution

Thailand's military government appointed a new committee on Monday to write a post-coup constitution after an unpopular earlier draft was rejected last month in a move that has delayed elections until at least 2017.