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Day 13 – Thailand’s political stalemate is set to prolong

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Students warned over boycotting classes for anti-government protest Thai News Agency MCOT, Thailand –

Nationwide student movement to boycott classes to ‘save the country’ Thai News Agency MCOT, Thailand –

Mediation team to meet on Monday Nation Multimedia, Thailand –

Off to New York? Bangkok Post, Thailand –

Protest coalition vows to continue until PM Samak resigns Thai News Agency MCOT, Thailand –

Samak vows to attend UN meeting in New York Nation Multimedia, Thailand –

Protest goes on amid filth Arkansas Online (subscription), AR –

Thailand: Behind the protests Green Left Weekly, Australia –

Thailand’s PM Samak dismisses talk of another coup (Pressemitteilung), Austria –

Abhisit blames PM for not dissolving House Bangkok Post, Thailand –

The Week That Was Ottawa Citizen,  Canada –


Embattled Thai premier plans to attend UN General Assembly meeting Earthtimes (press release), UK –

New tourist ‘attraction’ Straits Times, Singapore –

Thai Prime Minister Reiterates He Won’t Quit Before Referendum Bloomberg

Thai premier reassures country army “will not stage coup”, Philippines –

Thai PM says no chance of a coup, Spain –

Coup not an option Straits Times, Singapore –

Samak Adamant, Thai Crisis Continues Bernama, Malaysia –

THE MIRROR HAS 60 MILLION FACES Bangkok Post, Thailand –

Living conditions worsening Bangkok Post, Thailand –

Senator says stand-off should be settled in talks Bangkok Post, Thailand –

PAD’s youth call for exam boycott Bangkok Post, Thailand –

Top stories from around the world Times Online, UK –

Sondhi vows to enter the monkhood Nation Multimedia, Thailand –

Students divided 0ver PAD protest Nation Multimedia, Thailand –

What`s going on in Thailand? Mathaba.Net, UK –

All Politics Isn’t Local Newsweek –

Thaksin’s long shadow Mail & Guardian Online, South Africa –

PM to explain national situation at UN meeting Bangkok Post, Thailand –

Samak says PAD leaders unreasonable Nation Multimedia, Thailand –


Foreigners think situation okay Bangkok Post, Thailand –

Democrat blames minister for clashes Nation Multimedia, Thailand –

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Written by Lwin Aung Soe

September 7, 2008 at 6:05 am

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