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1. news | 30 Mar 2013
» With the anniversary of the April-May 2010 red-shirt protests looming, can colourful demonstrations and incendiary street brawls be far away?
2. learning | 18 Sep 2012
» The Truth for Reconciliation Commission officially presented the results of its two-year investigation into the 2010 anti-government protests yesterday.
3. news | 18 May 2013
» The Pheu Thai Party has repeated its call for Democrat leader Abhisit Vejjajiva to take responsibility for the violent end to the red-shirt protests in 2010.
4. news | 12 May 2013
» Red-shirts from 17 provinces in the North on Sunday announced they would join their colleagues in Bangkok to mark the third anniversary of the Bangkok clashes on May 19, 2010.
5. news | 26 Mar 2013
» Two red shirts were acquitted yesterday of setting fire to the CentralWorld shopping complex at the end of anti-government protests in May 2010.
6. learning | 21 Feb 2011
» A group of protesters here in Bangkok has a very different grievance from those of the yellow and red shirt protests.
7. news | 27 Mar 2013
» The Southern Bangkok Criminal Court has ruled that Thanuthat Asawasirimankong, who was shot on May 14, 2010, during the red-shirt violence and died 21 months later, died from cancer-related pneumonia and not as a direct ...
8. news | 19 May 2013
» The reconciliation bill sponsored by Deputy Prime Minister Chalerm Yubamrung is facing growing opposition as it would exonerate those responsible for the crackdown on the 2010 red shirt protests.
9. news | 11 Apr 2013
» Army commander Prayuth Chan-ocha yesterday called on the Department of Special Investigation (DSI) to speed up its inquiry into the deaths and injuries of troops during the red-shirt protests in April-May 2010.
10. learning | 07 Mar 2012
» Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatrabrought some good news to Japan for the family of Japanese photographer Hiroyuki Muramoto, killed during the anti-government protests in 2010. They will be among those receiving governme...