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Day 14 – Thai political impasse

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Iconic Bangkok hotel says hurt by Thai political row Yahoo, Thailand -

Viewership of Thai Protest-Linked Website Doubles After Clash RedOrbit, TX -

Politicos meeting yields no concrete solution to political stalemate Thai News Agency MCOT, Thailand -

What Sondhi really wants for Thailand Asia Times Online, Hong Kong -

Thai shares jump 3.07% on regional rebound Bangkok Post, Thailand -

UNCTAD chief still confident of Thai economic fundamentals Bangkok Post, Thailand -

Street fighting in the historical center of Bangkok France24, France -

SET chief wants emergency decree lifted Bangkok Post, Thailand -

Thai Premier Samak Says Cooking Show Didn’t Break Law (Update2) Bloomberg -

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Thai Premier Samak Says Cooking Show Didn’t Break Law (Update1)
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By Rattaphol Onsanit and Daniel Ten Kate Sept. 8 (Bloomberg) — Thai Prime Minister Samak Sundaravej, facing a second week of calls to quit by anti-government protesters occupying his ceremonial office, said he didn’t break the law by hosting a cooking …

Cooking show adds to Thailand PM’s troubles The Associated Press

Thai court to rule on PM’s case on Tuesday Reuters

Thai PM testifies in court over cooking programmes Mathaba.Net, UK -

Thai PM faces court battle over cooking show Forbes, NY -

Thai leader in court over TV show BBC News, UK -

Embattled Thai premier denies moonlighting charges – Summary Earthtimes (press release), UK -

Barber shops, massage and music at Bangkok’s protest camp AFP -

Thai court to rule on PM’s case on Tuesday U.S. Daily, ca -

Thai PM in the soup over cook show Aljazeera.net, Qatar -

Thai PM testifies to Constitution Court Xinhua, China -

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New group of scholars campaign for peaceful politics Nation Multimedia, Thailand -

Thai Lawmakers May Speed Up Vote to Resolve Dispute, Samak Says Bloomberg -

Protesters dig in despite fear of Thai authorities Financial Times, UK -

Military coup possible: Thai defence advisor Radio Australia, Australia -

Embattled Thai premier rules out coup Gulf Daily News, Bahrain -

Markets nervy after poor US jobs LIVENEWS.com.au, Australia -

Lessons for Turkey from Thailand Turkish Daily News (subscription), Turkey -

Tourists caught in riot Maitland Mercury, Australia -

How one million cows won an election Electric New Paper, Singapore -

Near anniversary of 2006 putsch, ‘new coup possible’ Bangkok Post, Thailand -

Thai PM rules out military coup Radio New Zealand, New Zealand -

NEWSWEEK International Editions: Highlights and Exclusives … PR Newswire (press release), NY -

Thailand’s political turmoil shakes tourists and investors: analysts AFP -

Thai central bank to intervene if baht becomes volatile Forbes, NY -

Rift threatens to widen as govt backers plan rallies Nation Multimedia, Thailand -

Prasopsuk optimistic about finding solution Nation Multimedia, Thailand -

Mediation will be tough, but it is our best hope Nation Multimedia, Thailand -

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Day 10 – Can Thai PM stay on?

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Thai PM’s compound a fairground with food, massage PR-Inside.com (Pressemitteilung), Austria

Thai PM Says He Won’t Quit RedOrbit, TX -

Worse than a coup Economist, UK -

Thai prime minister refuses to resign but offers referendum Telegraph.co.uk, United Kingdom -

Foreign arrivals down 30 percent in Bangkok: industry group AFP -

Gunman fires shots at Thai protesters, 2 hurt Reuters AlertNet, UK -

2 university students shot on the way to protest at PM’s residence Xinhua, China -

US calls for calm as Thailand facing political violence Xinhua, China -

Thai PM lashes ‘doomsday cult’ Melbourne Herald Sun, Australia -

Thai tips for good demonstrating France24, France -

Thai Telecommunication giant threatens to close international gateway RedOrbit, TX -

US closely watching Thai unrest: White House AFP -

TIMELINE: Ten days of street protests Reuters -

Thailand’s grumpy, food-loving PM defies critics Reuters -

In pictures: Bangkok stand-off BBC News, UK -

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Thailand’s Samak Rejects Protesters’ Demands to Quit (Update3)
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By Daniel Ten Kate and Rattaphol Onsanit Sept. 4 (Bloomberg) — Thai Prime Minister Samak Sundaravej vowed to stay in office as a key minister resigned and three days of emergency rule failed to end the occupation of Government House by thousands of

Thai PM plans referendum to end crisis Swissinfo, Switzerland -

Victory of Thailand’s coup-makers United Press International, Asia, Hong Kong -

Thai PM refuses to resign despite growing crisis Mangalorean.com, India –

Thai Leader Promises Referendum New York Times

Thailand to hold crisis referendum PRESS TV

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Thai Govt proposes referendum on political future ABC Online, Australia -

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PAD leader Sondhi reasserts intention to continue protest Thai News Agency MCOT, Thailand -

PAD accepts public referendum proposal, remains adamant that … Thaindian.com, Thailand –

Thailand protesters unmoved by emergency Los Angeles Times, CA -

Thai PM refuses to resign or call elections AFP -

Thai Vote To Address Crisis Sky News, UK -

Lesson For Malaysia In The Thai Crisis Sin Chew Jit Poh, Malaysia -

Thai prime minister refuses to resign, suggests referendum (Roundup) Monsters and Critics.com -

Thai cabinet floats referendum to end political crisis Radio Australia, Australia -

Thailand suggests referendum on crisis The Associated Press -

Army Chief to request workers at strike to return to work. Thaindian.com, Thailand -

Thai Cabinet agrees to hold referendum on political crisis KTVZ, OR –

Thai protest leader wants to reduce voters’ power The Associated Press -

4TH LD: Thai gov’t opts for national referendum to resolve … Yahoo, Thailand -

Chart Thai party suggests referendum to resolve political problems Thaindian.com, Thailand -

Thailand May Miss Tourism Targets as Unrest Spurs Cancellations Bloomberg -

Tourists desert Thailand iAfrica.com, South Africa -

Defiant Thai PM refuses to quit Reuters UK, UK -

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Thai PM refuses to resign PR-Inside.com (Pressemitteilung), Austria –

Thai Prime Minister Resists Push to Resign Wall Street Journal –

Thailand protesters unmoved by emergency Los Angeles Times, CA –

Thai protest leader wants to reduce voters’ power The Associated Press -

FACTBOX-Thailand’s political crisis — what happens next? Reuters AlertNet, UK –

Thai PM refuses to resign or call elections AFP -

Stalemate in Thailand Irish Times, Ireland -

Emotion of PAD runs high as PM speaks to nation Bangkok Post, Thailand -

Thai PM insists to stay on People’s Daily Online, China -

Protesters say stress concerns unfounded Bangkok Post, Thailand -

Non-MP could take over as PM, says Somsak Bangkok Post, Thailand -

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Thai PM says no reason for government to quit
Reuters –
BANGKOK (Reuters) – Thai Prime Minister Samak Sundaravej said on Thursday he saw no reason for his government to resign in the face of a three-month old street campaign by opposition activists.


Thai PM refuses to resign International Herald Tribune

Thai premier says he has no intention of resigning despite protests Yahoo, Thailand –

Thai PM says will not quit or dissolve parliament Reuters AlertNet, UK –

Troubled Thai PM ‘will not quit’ BBC News

Thai PM refuses to resign The Associated Press -

Samak stays on Bangkok Post, Thailand -

Protests continue as Thai Foreign Minister resigns Radio Australia, Australia -

Thai political standoff worries economic observers PR-Inside.com (Pressemitteilung), Austria -

Gen Anupong’s role in Samak’s crisis Bangkok Post, Thailand -

‘Tis better to step aside to move forward Bangkok Post, Thailand -

Backpackers in Bangkok ask: What crisis? Reuters UK, UK -

Thai Government Attempts to Block Web Red Herring, CA –

Thailand government refuses to confirm reports that foreign Canoe.ca, Canada -

Thai PM’s cabinet crumbles The National, United Arab Emirates

Thai general strike averted CNN -

Raise Thai alert to bring refunds hope, says group The Standard, Hong Kong -

Thais braced for strikes as unions join protest Independent, UK -

What if you issued a decree and nobody cared Nation Multimedia, Thailand -

Unity now, or fce the economic consequences Nation Multimedia, Thailand -

In photos: ‘Thailand Politics Protests’ Monsters and Critics.com -

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Day 9 – Thai crisis runs deep

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Thai protest continues as foreign minister quits InTheNews.co.uk, UK -

A briefing on the crisis in Thailand Socialistworker.co.uk, UK -

Threat of strikes after unions join protesters New Zealand Herald, New Zealand -

Thai Protesters Defy Premier’s State of Emergency
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Watchdog wants SAR to upgrade Thailand warning The Standard, Hong Kong -

Profile: Thailand’s PAD MWC News, Canada -

Carnival Atmosphere in Bangkok, Despite Emergency Decree Voice of America

Shopping, music at focal point of Thai protest Reuters -

Thai prime minister in increasingly tight corner Radio Netherlands, Netherlands -

Cal-Comp ‘Unaffected’ by Thai Riots Circuits Assembly, GA -

Crisis? What crisis, ask backpackers in Bangkok Reuters UK, UK -

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Thai government tries to shut down 400 websites
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Thailand’s Information and Communications Technology Ministry sought court orders yesterday to shut down about 400 websites and advised internet service providers to block 1200 sites it considers a danger to national security or disturbing social order

Video: Thai Protesters Remain Defiant, Vow to Fight On AssociatedPress

Thai workers ignore anti-democracy strike Telegraph.co.uk, United Kingdom -

Protesters demand cabinet resignations; people’s voice in new Thai News Agency MCOT, Thailand -

What Do Thailand’s Protestors Want? TIME -

Thailand faces internal and international conflict Religious Intelligence Ltd, UK

Thailand faces public sector strike PRESS TV, Iran -

Divided on emergency decree Straits Times, Singapore -

PAD seizes Phuket provincial hall, closes provincial offices Mathaba.Net, UK -

Poll: Respondents split 50:50 over State of Emergency Decree Thai News Agency MCOT, Thailand –

Thailand democracy at risk Toronto Star,  Canada -

Thai capital stand-off continues BBC News, UK -

Bangkok in state of emergency as ‘coup’ riots flare Irish Independent, Ireland -

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Bangkok strikes fall flat, but protests drag on
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By Nopporn Wong-Anan BANGKOK (Reuters) – A strike by public sector unions to pile more pressure on Thailand’s prime minister had little impact on daily life in Bangkok on Wednesday, a day after emergency rule was imposed to quash anti-government

Thai army chief balks at protest crackdown Reuters

Thai leader faces challenge in streets and courts International Herald Tribune

Bangkok: public sector on general strike, anti-government protests AsiaNews.it, Italy -

No end to Thai crisis despite emergency RTT News, NY -

Thai ambassador downplays rallies Ottawa Citizen,  Canada –

Army Chief meets with military officers Thaindian.com, Thailand -

University presidents call on PM to dissolve House of Representatives Thai News Agency MCOT, Thailand -

Thai protests go on despite emergency Business Day, South Africa -

Five Crucial Steps for Ending Crisis Nation Multimedia, Thailand -

Samak’s Shaky Hold on Power Asia Sentinel, Hong Kong -

Thai gov’t allays international community concerns Radio Australia, Australia -

Japan, South Korea, Now Thailand Has Problems ABN Newswire (press release), Australia

Sondhi gives first hint of compromise Bangkok Post, Thailand –

PRESS DIGEST – Thai newspapers – Sept 3 Reuters -

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Thai army chief balks at protest crackdown

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By Nopporn Wong-Anan BANGKOK (Reuters) – Thai soldiers would not use force to evict protesters occupying the prime minister’s office, army chief Anupong Paochinda said on Tuesday despite a state of emergency giving him the power to do so.

Thai leader faces challenge in streets and courts International Herald Tribune, France -

Thai protesters flout premier’s state of emergency The Associated Press

Emergency declared in Thai capital after clashes AFP

Sondhi gives first hint of compromise Bangkok Post, Thailand -

Thai protestors get help from utilities and airline workers South Korea News, South Korea -

Another bitter lesson that may get us nowhere Nation Multimedia, Thailand -

We will die for the King Gulf Daily News, Bahrain -

Thaksin’s long shadow guardian.co.uk, UK -

Emergency declared in Thai capital after clashes AFP -

Army cracks down on rioters Scotsman, United Kingdom -

Thai premier’s declaration brings little difference to most of Bangkok Malaysia Star, Malaysia -

Prime minister’s lawn becomes a battleground for old-school Thais Telegraph.co.uk, United Kingdom -

Leading article: King and country Independent, UK -

Thai army pledges restraint Straits Times, Singapore -

Thailand must resist mob rule Financial Times, UK -

Thailand PM struggles to keep order as crisis deepens The National, United Arab Emirates -

Thai protesters vow to defy emergency decree South China Morning Post (subscription), Hong Kong -

Thai unions throw support behind protesters ABC Online, Australia -

Thailand: Emergency measures hit freedom of speech Amnesty International UK, UK -

Thailand Thailand’s army chief says he will not use emergency powers euronews, France -

Thais skirt media crackdown, for now Hollywood Reporter, United States -

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Day 8 of Anti-government protest, Thai PM on Bangkok Emergency

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Can the Army really play the role of peacemaker Nation Multimedia, Thailand -

Thailand travel warning amid turmoil Stuff.co.nz, New Zealand -

Thai army chief balks at protest crackdown Swissinfo, Switzerland -

Post’s Comments by Pattnapong Chantranontwong, Editor -Bangkok Post, Thailand -

Thailand’s political impasse clings on after state of emergency Xinhua, China -

Bangkok Remains Under State of Emergency Following Violent TransWorldNews (press release), GA -

RI hopes Thai govt to hold dialogs with protesters Antara, Indonesia -

No solutions seen as Bangkok clashes recall Bloody May 1992 Manila Times, Philippines -

Warning over Thailand travel TeleText, UK -

One dead and 44 injured – who’s to blame? France24, France –

6TH LD: Emergency imposed in Bangkok after clashes kill 1, injure 45 Yahoo, Thailand –

PM: Surrounding Govt House is the solution Bangkok Post, Thailand -

Vote-buying claim deepens Thai crisis The Age, Australia -

Protests in Thailand spread after riot Mizzima.com, India -

Calls for Thailand’s ruling party to be dissolved euronews, France – (video included)

(Video) Thai PM declares emergency in Bangkok AssociatedPress

Pro-government supporters clashed with anti-government protesters during a demonstration on Tuesday morning outside Government House in Bangkok.

Thailand in crisis as ruling party faces fraud claims

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BANGKOK, Thailand (CNN) — Thailand’s election commission ruled Tuesday that Prime Minister Samak Sundaravej’s party committed electoral fraud in the December elections and should be dissolved, state media reported.

Thai Army Chief Renounces Force New York Times, United States -

Thailand teeters on the brink Asia Times Online -

China calls for political stability in Thailand Xinhua, China -

Update: Thai PM Places Bangkok Under State Of Calamity AHN -

British holidaymakers warned to avoid trouble-hit Thailand after … Daily Mail, UK -

Senators protest against use of Emergency Decree to control situation Thaindian.com, Thailand -

Timeline: Political upheaval in Thailand guardian.co.uk, UK -

How the Thai crisis could play out Aljazeera.net, Qatar -

Rally may end within two days: Sondhi Bangkok Post, Thailand -

FocusPolitical turmoil to shake Thai economy ICIS (subscription), UK -

Thai instability rocks market First Post, UK -

Thai stocks and baht slide after emergency decree Sydney Morning Herald, Australia -

Thai Airways union plans tough measures The Standard, Hong Kong -

Tokyo Gains Limited, Thailand Totters, On Instability Forbes, NY -

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By SETH MYDANS and THOMAS FULLER BANGKOK – Prime Minister Samak Sundaravej imposed a state of emergency Tuesday on Bangkok after groups of demonstrators clashed on the street, but he called it “the most gentle way to bring the country back to peace” …

Life Goes On As Usual In Bangkok Bernama, Malaysia -

PPP mulls idea of referendum on who stays and who goes Bangkok Post, Thailand -

Emergency declared in Thai capital after clashes

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In pictures: Bangkok clashes BBC News, UK -

Jetstar’s Thailand rescue mission costs $600k New Zealand Herald, New Zealand -

Thai emergency hits baht and shares, but bonds rise Reuters UK, UK -

Thailand Declares State of Emergency, Clashes Kill 1 (Update3) Bloomberg

Thai baht falls to 12-month low The Standard, Hong Kong –

State of emergency in Thailand: What it means PR-Inside.com (Pressemitteilung), Austria -

Business leaders call for restraint Bangkok Post, Thailand –

Confrontation may be winding down Bangkok Post, Thailand -

Disunity of the unions Bangkok Post, Thailand -

PAD shrugs off UDD deadline Bangkok Post, Thailand –

Diplomats find the impasse alarming Bangkok Post, Thailand -

PAD defies emergency orders to end protest Bangkok Post, Thailand -

Three Thai wounded were shot The Standard, Hong Kong -

3 killed, 20 injured in Bangkok clashes People’s Daily Online, China -

Samak to lose power…and water Nation Multimedia, Thailand -

Death on the street Bangkok Post, Thailand -

Several hurt in Thailand clashes Aljazeera.net, Qatar -

Pro-government Thai mob marches toward rivals International Herald Tribune, France -

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Thailand’s anti-government protest enters one-week phase

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Tear gas used to disperse protesters gathered near police HQ in Prince George Citizen, Canada

Thailand’s political stalemate deepens Christian Science Monitor, MA -

MPs join protest but PM defiant New Zealand Herald, New Zealand –

POLITICS-THAILAND: Talk of Anarchy Inter Press Service, Italy -

Thai protest leader warns of looming “confrontation” available … Monsters and Critics.com –

Top Thai union calls for strike to boost protests AFP –

Lost in Transit: airport closure cost B250m a day Phuket Gazette, Thailand –

Thai protests spread to utilities and transportation International Herald Tribune, France –

Three airports in Thailand re-open Flight International -

Foreign concern Bangkok Post, Thailand -

Thai PM Hangs on Amid Protests ABC News

Thai state unions plan strike to force PM out Shanghai Daily, China -

Bomb targets police in Thai protests guardian.co.uk, UK -

Confederation of State Enterprise Labour Union threatens to strike Bangkok Post, Thailand -

More state enterprises consider to join PAD Nation Multimedia, Thailand -

Tourists free to fly after Thai airport opens up China Internet Information Center|, China -

Democracy, voting and informed consent United Press International, Asia, Hong Kong -

Phuket and Hat Yai airports re-open amid deepening Thai crisis … MoodieReport, UK -

All board members of State Railway Thailand resign Khabrein.info, India -

Bangkok bomb raises fears of violent campaign Washington Post, United States –

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Analysis: Tyranny of a minority Bangkok Post, Thailand -

Thai PM Calls for More Debate Scoop.co.nz (press release), New Zealand -

Marchers see debate as a waste of time Bangkok Post, Thailand -

Government supports rally against PAD Bangkok Post, Thailand -

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Thai Government Backers Take to Streets
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By THOMAS FULLER BANGKOK – Thailand’s political crisis entered a more delicate and volatile phase on Sunday when government supporters took to the streets as a counterweight to the antigovernment protesters who have occupied the prime minister’s …

Thai premier rejects lawmakers calls to step down International Herald Tribune

Supporters back embattled Thai PM Aljazeera.net

Day one and they’ve got me talking like a girl, says new Thailand … Daily Mail, UK -

Thai gov promotes Thaksin classmate in military reshuffle The Post, Pakistan -

Thai leader fends off calls for his resignation The Associated Press

Bangkok tense Straits Times, Singapore -

Those stranded for the last two days leave Phuket and Krabias TODAYonline, Singapore –

Thailand’s parliament tries to defuse anti-government protests Times Online, UK –

Thailand PM urged to dissolve parilament Radio Australia, Australia -

Voices against Thai PM grow louder The National, United Arab Emirates –

Thai parliament debates protests Kuwait Times, Kuwait

Carnival atmosphere as Thai protesters dig in South China Morning Post (subscription), Hong Kong -

Thai PM calls in lawmakers for crisis talks South China Morning Post (subscription), Hong Kong -

Once again, Thailand needs its king’s help South China Morning Post (subscription), Hong Kong -

Stranded tourists leave Phuket after airport reopens 31/08 19:03 CET euronews, France -

Thai Premier Rejects Call for Election as Protests Continue Bloomberg -

Thai PM shuns calls for House dissolution Thai News Agency MCOT, Thailand

The facts about vote-buying and the patronage system Nation Multimedia, Thailand -

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September 1, 2008 at 1:43 am

6th Day of Anti-government Protests in Thailand

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Philip Bowring: A high-wire act in Thailand International Herald Tribune, France -

Brit Travellers In Thailand Warned Sky News, UK -

Phuket airport reopens after closure by protestors euronews, France -

Protesters threaten to close 7 airports, key road in south Thai News Agency MCOT, Thailand -

Thai PM Calls Parliament To Discuss Anti-Government Protests RTT News, NY -

Demonstrators still rule in Thai seat of government Australian News, Australia -

Warning over Thailand unrest ITV.com, UK -

Blame Game in Parliament Nation Multimedia, Thailand -

Thai Premier Defiant Amid Urgent Session on Protests (Update1) Bloomberg -

Thai PM’s allies hit street as debate begins Washington Post, United States -

It’s the government and premier who caused problems : Jurin Nation Multimedia, Thailand -

Thai PM convenes emergency session on political crisis Xinhua, China -

Australians aren’t under threat in Thailand: Smith ABC Online, Australia -

Thai PM seeks Parliament’s help in ending protests PR-Inside.com (Pressemitteilung), Austria -

Thai prime minister seeks Parliament’s help Philippine Star, Philippines -

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By Rattaphol Onsanit and Daniel Ten Kate Aug. 31 (Bloomberg) — Thai Prime Minister Samak Sundaravej rejected calls for his resignation today as lawmakers met for an emergency parliamentary session to deal with protests that threaten to paralyze the …

Thai PM reiterates: Won’t dissolve House, nor resign; Parliament Thai News Agency MCOT, Thailand -

UPDATE 1-Govt supporters mass in front of Thai parliament Reuters –

Thai Premier Samak Defiant Before Emergency Session on Protests Bloomberg -

Thai leaders call emergency session Aljazeera.net, Qatar –

Thai prime minister seeks Parliament’s help International Herald Tribune, France

Thai PM seeks parliament debate BBC News, UK -

Samak insists he will stay, did nothing wrong Bangkok Post, Thailand –

PM holds tough in face of protest crisis Bangkok Post, Thailand -

FACTBOX-Thailand’s political crisis — what happens next? Reuters -

Thai premier: Emergency rule not needed to quell protests Inquirer.net, Philippines –

Pressure grows on Thai prime minister to resign The Associated Press -

Thai parliament to meet as protests undermine PM Reuters -

Thai Parliament to hold special session on protests Radio Australia, Australia -

Thai PM consults king over escalating protests AFP -

Thai prime minister seeks Parliament’s help PR-Inside.com (Pressemitteilung), Austria -

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What hurt me most is media’s behaviour: Samak Nation Multimedia, Thailand

Samak makes call-in to six-party meeting Nation Multimedia, Thailand -

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August 31, 2008 at 6:39 am

5th Day – Protest in Thailand

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On 5th day of Thai protests, a carnival atmosphere
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AP BANGKOK, Thailand: They looked remarkably relaxed for a group that had clashed with riot police just one day earlier. The thousands of Thai demonstrators who ran Prime Minister Samak Sundaravej out of his compound looked like a crowd at a folk

Warning over Thailand unrest ITN, UK

Pressure grows on Thai prime minister to resign The Associated Press -

Thailand protesters break into PM office Howrah News Service, India -

Thai premier vows not to quit as protests mounts 30/08 18:54 CET euronews, France –

Thailand: People’s coup or putsch? Global Voices Online, MA -

Thai PM to hold on as protests continue Shanghai Daily, China

Teachers, Egat workers to join protests Nation Multimedia, Thailand -

PAD security break into reception hall Nation Multimedia, Thailand –

Coalition allies sticking together Nation Multimedia, Thailand -

POLITICS-THAILAND: Women Power Anti-Gov’t Protests Inter Press Service, Italy -

UPDATE 6-“I will never resign,” says besieged Thai PM Reuters India, India -

On 5th day of Thai protests, a carnival atmosphere International Herald Tribune, France -

Anti-government protest puts Thailand in crisis (Roundup) Monsters and Critics.com -

Thai Prime Minister Samak Sundaravej stands firm Times Online, UK -

Thai PM consults king over escalating protests AFP -

Sondhi: Govt did not listen to charter warnings Bangkok Post, Thailand -

Thai Party Calls Urgent Session as Protests Spread (Update3) Bloomberg

Thailand: Use democracy to end crisis: US Ottawa Citizen,  Canada -

Thai prime minister vows to sit tight despite anti-government protests Telegraph.co.uk, United Kingdom –

Thai protests broaden to air and rail closures asap News, UK

Protesters to sue police for Bt16 million damages Thai News Agency MCOT, Thailand -

“I will never resign” says besieged Thai PM ecodiario, Spain

Thai minister to stay despite protests GulfNews, United Arab Emirates -

Thai PM says ‘wait-and-see’ on emergency rule Macau Daily Times, Macau -

Thai PM Samak refuses to resign BBC News, UK -

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BANGKOK (AFP) – Thai protesters broke into abandoned government offices Saturday in their escalating campaign to force Prime Minister Samak Sundaravej from office.
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Anti-government protest puts Thailand in crisis 0401471162, others Monsters and Critics.com -

Pressure grows on Thai prime minister to resign The Associated Press -

‘Critical’ weekend Bangkok Post, Thailand -

Pressure grows on Thai PM after protests escalate Irish Times, Ireland -

Protesters break into Thai PM’s office The Age, Australia -

International tourists stranded at closed Phuket airport Thai News Agency MCOT, Thailand

Thai Protest of Premier Stops Trains and Planes New York Times, United States -

PM to be granted an audience with HM the King at 5pm Saturday Nation Multimedia, Thailand -

PAD attacks PM’s announcement Thaindian.com, Thailand -

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BANGKOK (AFP) — Thai Prime Minister Samak Sundaravej has met with the nation’s revered king on escalating protests that have closed three key airports and
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Anti-Government tensions rise in Thailand Small Gov Times, VA -

Thai police disperse anti-gov´t protestors CCTV, China

BMTA labor union calls for Govt’s non-violence to protesters Thaindian.com, Thailand -

Pressure grows on Thai PM after protests escalate Reuters South Africa, South Africa -

Thai PM briefs king on protests, police scuffle with demonstrators AFP -

Anti-govt protest continues on fifth day Bangkok Post, Thailand -

Thai-style democracy Malaysia Star, Malaysia

Mob tactics in Thailand are now pure sham AsiaOne, Singapore -

Never-ending coup guardian.co.uk, UK -

Thai democracy protests escalate Independent, UK -

Anti-democracy Protests Rock Thailand ShortNews.com, Germany

US asks Thailand to end crisis through democratic means AFP -

Protests Rise in Thailand In Challenge to Regime Wall Street Journal

Thai protest alliance not so happy with democracy The Associated Press -

Bangkok protesters raid police HQ Gulf Daily News, Bahrain -

Thailand’s political crisis deepens amid protests MarketWatch

Emergency on cards if Thai rioting worsens The Statesman, India -

Activists Launch Attack On Police Sky News, UK

Footage of ‘tear gas’ in Thailand BBC News, UK -

Protests against Thai government intensify 29/08 18:18 CET euronews, France -

Thailand sinks into crisis as demonstrators close airports and Times Online, UK

Thai Protest Stops Trains and Planes New York Times, United States

Thailand’s ruling coalition plans urgent debate on protest crisis The Standard, Hong Kong -

Thai rioters attack police station Aljazeera.net, Qatar -

United Kingdom of Thailand Urged As ‘PAD’ Take Goverment House Mathaba.Net, UK

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August 30, 2008 at 4:06 am

Thai protest siege moves into fourth day

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A country at the brink Nation Multimedia, Thailand -

Bangkok governor election set for Oct 5 Nation Multimedia, Thailand -

Non-violence must guide police Nation Multimedia, Thailand -

Today’s photo: Police clash with protesters in Bangkok USA Today -

In photos: ‘Politics Protests in Thailand’ Monsters and Critics.com -

Police scuffle with protesters as turmoil spread through Thailand AFP -

Thailand’s ruling coalition plans urgent debate on protest crisis The Standard, Hong Kong -

Thai rioters attack police station Aljazeera.net, Qatar -

United Kingdom of Thailand Urged As ‘PAD’ Take Goverment House Mathaba.Net, UK -

UPDATE 8-Thai protests hit police HQ, disrupt airports Reuters -

Protesters lay siege to Bangkok compound The Australian, Australia -

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Thai police use tear gas to disperse protesters The Associated Press -

Playing the foreign card Bangkok Post, Thailand -

Police back off as protests spread from Bangkok – Summary Earthtimes (press release), UK -

Thai PM Samak cancels Japan trip amid domestic tensions Yahoo, Thailand -

Thai PM threatens state of emergency guardian.co.uk, UK -

Thai protests hit police HQ and disrupt airports elEconomista.es, Spain -

Thai Demonstrators Pressure Prime Minister Samak To Resign AHN -

Thai police use tear gas to disperse protesters guardian.co.uk, UK -

Thai protestors storm police HQ, airports Radio Australia, Australia -

Thai protests hit police HQ and disrupt airports elEconomista.es, Spain -

Bangkok police trapped by protesters United Press International -

Thai police fire tear gas on protesters: witness AFP -

Thai police back off after scuffles with protesters (Roundup) Monsters and Critics.com -

Timeline: Unrest spreads in Thailand as coup anniversary nears AsiaOne, Singapore -

Police retreat from confrontation Channel 4 News, UK -

Thai protests spread to disrupt rail and air links Independent, UK -

PM asks people to rethink before joining rally Bangkok Post, Thailand

Thai Police Re-Enter Besieged Government Compound Voice of America -

Police tackle Thai protests as Phuket hit by euronews, France -

Thai Army Chief: No coup to end political turmoil Xinhua, China -

Thai protesters, police scuffle as turmoil escalates AFP

Thai protesters seize control of airport Radio Netherlands, Netherlands -

Anupong repeats his stand for no coup Nation Multimedia, Thailand -

Government House: Police evacuate compound; protesters resume Thai News Agency MCOT, Thailand -

Riot police get tough with Thai protesters Amsterdam News.Net, Netherlands -

Thai shares shrug off violence reports Nation Multimedia, Thailand -

Thai Protesters Injured as Riot Police Move In The Irrawaddy News Magazine, Thailand -

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Thai protesters, police scuffle at besieged compound AFP -

Police back off Bangkok Post, Thailand -

PM defends police raid on Makkawan Bridge rally site Thai News Agency MCOT, Thailand -

Thai police back off after scuffles with protesters (2nd Lead) Monsters and Critics.com -

Thai police confront protesters in PM’s compound elEconomista.es, Spain -

Thai riot police confront protesters in Thaksin’s compound GulfNews, United Arab Emirates -

The truce crumbles clashes between police and demonstrators in AsiaNews.it, Italy –

Protesters told to leave compound The Press Association –

Clashes have broken out between police and anti-government InTheNews.co.uk, UK -

Thai police clash with protesters, reseize accesses to gov’t seat Xinhua, China -

Poll says foreigners disagree with use of force with PAD’s protest Thaindian.com, Thailand -

Police remove protestors’ shelters around besieged Government House Yahoo, Thailand -

PM: Police won’t use force against protesters Bangkok Post, Thailand -

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Police unit trapped inside the protest Bangkok Post, Thailand -

Squalor at Government House Bangkok Post, Thailand -

No sign of way out Straits Times, Singapore -

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August 29, 2008 at 2:00 am

Thai’s Anti-government Protest – Third Day

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In pictures: Thai protest continues (Click here for more pic)

Anti-government protesters wave Thai national flags during a protest inside Government House in Bangkok on 27 August, 2008

Thai anti-government protesters have spent a second day outside Government House demanding the resignation of the prime minister.


Protesters defy court order to continue occupation of Thai
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Thousands of anti-government protesters who have occupied the Thai prime minister’s office compound since Tuesday continued their defiant occupation today despite a court order instructing them to leave and arrest warrants for nine of their leaders.
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Thai protesters remain defiant Aljazeera.net, Qatar -

Thai protesters defy court order to leave compound The Associated Press -

Thai PM says ‘no showdown’ with protesters AFP -

PM vows ‘no force to disperse protesters’ at Government House Thai News Agency MCOT, Thailand -

Thai Protests Enter Third Day as Samak Rejects Force (Update3) Bloomberg -

Song, dance and picnics bring party mood to Thai protests Tehran Times, Iran -

PM calls off plans to disperse demonstrators Thaindian.com, Thailand -

Thai protesters defy court order to vacate PM office compund GulfNews, United Arab Emirates

Thailand works to disperse protesters Philadelphia Inquirer, PA -

Razor wire and little old ladies keep Thai police at bay Forbes, NY -

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Thai PM vows to be patient with protesters The Australian, Australia -

Who’s behind Thailand’s protests? Socialist Worker Online, IL -

Govt changes venue of ceremony from Government House to Suan Amporn Nation Multimedia, Thailand -

PM pledges not to use force to disperse PAD crowds Nation Multimedia, Thailand -

PM: Police will not disperse protesters Bangkok Post, Thailand -

Thai protest refuses order to leave gov’t compound The Associated Press -

Thai PM won’t send police to arrest protest leaders The Standard, Hong Kong -

Thai protesters defy order to leave PM’s compound elEconomista.es, Spain -

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Protesters face police in Thailand
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By Seth Mydans BANGKOK: The leaders of thousands of protesters who were blockading the prime minister’s compound refused a civil court’s orders to leave the premises on Wednesday and challenged the police to enter and arrest them.
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