LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM (GaeaTimes.com)- UK's top police officials are indicating that in near future the students could be banned from holding protest marches after some instances of student march related violences have rocked the nation and sent waves in the media.
BANGKOK - Thailand's prime minister dismissed claims that the armed forces were rent with divisions and said the government was preparing to clear thousands of activists from a protest camp that has virtually paralyzed the heart of the capital.
BANGKOK - Thailand's prime minister said Sunday that he had no plans to declare martial law despite growing demands the government take firmer measures to end protests that have paralyzed parts of Bangkok for seven weeks.
BANGKOK - Thailand's Cabinet was due to hold an emergency meeting Sunday in the face of unrelenting anti-government street protests that have blocked off much of the capital and raised fears of broader civil unrest across the country.
BANGKOK - Thai officials on Saturday called an emergency Cabinet meeting in the face of unrelenting anti-government street protests that have raised fears of broader civil unrest across the country.
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