Thai court drops murder charge against ex-PM Abhisit

A Thai court on Thursday dismissed charges of murder and abuse of power against former prime minister Abhisit Vejjajiva and his ex-deputy over a bloody crackdown on opposition protests in 2010.

Thai junta releases activist detained for almost a month

The military junta governing Thailand has said it has released an opposition activist who had been in detention since May 28 this year, media reported Wednesday.

Thailand`s junta releases `Red Shirt` activist

Thailand`s military junta today released an opposition activist who had appeared on an army television channel saying her detention was "too good for words to say" after demands from several human rights group for her freedom.

Probe panel blames Red Shirts, govt for 2010 violence

A commission probing political violence that engulfed Thailand in 2010 blamed the then Government and the Red Shirts who were protesting against it.

Thai `Red Shirt` leader gets second bail in days

Arisman Pongruangrong surrendered to
authorities in early December after nearly 20 months on the
run.

Thai `Red Shirt` leaders face new charges

Thai authorities have summoned
18 leaders of the opposition `Red Shirt` movement to face charges of sedition and insulting the revered monarchy.

Detained "red shirt" to run for parliamentary seat

Korkaew Pikulthong will be standing for the opposition Puea Thai Party.

Police nab `Red Shirt` guard over Bangkok arson

Thai police have said they had nabbed a "Red Shirt" guard in connection with an arson attack on the country`s biggest shopping mall in May.

Thaksin urges Thai PM to pull back troops, restart talks

Thailand`s fugitive ex-premier
Thaksin Shinawatra called on the government to pull back
troops.

Rogue Thai General aiding Red Shirts shot in head

A renegade Army General accused of leading a force among Thailand`s Red Shirt protesters was shot.

Police, Maoists clash in Nepal, several injured

Hundreds of Maoist supporters waving red banners outlawed party encircled the seat of the govt.

Thailand`s Reds say attacks won`t derail peace process

Thailand`s anti-government "Red
Shirts" denied involvement in deadly attacks on security
forces.

New Thai violence kills 2, mars compromise moves

Hopes for an end to Thailand`s political crisis diminished following a new eruption of violence.

Thailand braces for explosive Thaksin verdict

Thailand has stepped up security and is braced for fresh turmoil this week as the country`s top court decides the fate of fugitive former premier Thaksin Shinawatra`s USD 2.2-billion fortune.