On Saturday, Thai Police clashed with a crowd near the King’s Palace in Bangkok, using rubber bullets to disperse the protestors.
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On Saturday, police raided a Thai printing house and seized a contentious book written by a popular pro-democracy figure.
Pro-democracy activists have been banding together in Asia in recent months. They are doing so both online and on the streets.
After being charged with insulting the monarchy, three famous Thai pro-democracy figures were refused bail in a Bangkok court.
On Saturday, hundreds of protestors marched through Bangkok, Thailand’s capital, to draw attention to a punitive royal defamation law.
A new faction of Thai protestors is linking their cause to what is happening in Myanmar where protestors want the end of the coup regime.
Clubhouse is an invite-only audio app that is surging in popularity in Thailand as a protest movement continues.
The Thais are not giving up the fight against lèse-majesté laws. They returned to the streets to protest, facing off police.
A Bangkok Criminal Court denied bail for four democracy activists on lese majeste charges as monarchy has weaponized these laws to silence critics.
65-year-old woman sentenced to more than 43 years in jail for sharing online posts criticising the royal family