Thousands of "Red Shirts" Begin to Return Home
Thousands of "Red shirts" began to return home after registration and security examination on Thursday.
• Thai Cabinet Agrees to Extend Curfew for 4 More Days
Thailand's weekly cabinet meeting on Tuesday resolved to extend a curfew's enforcement for four more days, or from May 25 to 28 to ensure security for the public. Arrest Warrant for Thaksin Approved
• Bangkok Organizes Big Cleaning Day after Violent Rally Ends
The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) on Sunday organized a Big Cleaning Day for capital Bangkok after the over-two-month long rally ended on May 19, the National News Bureau of Thailand reported.
• Dozen Security Checkpoints Set up in Bangkok for Security
At least 12 security check points have been established across capital Bangkok to ensure security, Pol Maj. General Piya Uthayo, the Metropolitan Police Bureau's spokesman said Saturday.
• Total Casualties in Thai Clashes at 453, including 52 Deaths, 401 Injured
Some 52 persons lost their lives during a series of clashes between troops and "red-shirt" protestors from May 14 to 20, the Erawan's Bangkok Emergency Medical Service Center told Xinhua late Thursday.
• France Tells Former Thai PM to Keep Silent While in Its Territory
French authorities have told ousted Thai Premier Thaksin Shinawatra to remain silent during his stay in France, the foreign ministry said Thursday.
• Thai Forces Expect to Take 1 to 2 Days to Complete Examining Areas
It will take 1 to 2 days for security forces to complete examining areas next to the main rally site Rajprasong Intersection, the Center for the Resolution of Emergency Situation (CRES) announced on Thursday night, the Thai News Agency (TNA) reported.
• Thai Rioters Set Fire to 39 Spots in Bangkok: Army Spokesman
At least 39 places were set ablaze during the Wednesday's riot in Thailand's capital Bangkok, an army spokesman said on Thursday morning.
• 44 Die in Thai Clashes during Past 6 Days
Some 44 persons lost their lives during a series of clashes between troops and "red-shirt" protesters from May 14 to 19, acting government spokesman Panithan Wattanayakorn said on Thursday morning.

Thousands of "Red Shirts" Begin to Return Home

Thai Gov't Extends Curfew by 3 More Days

5 Die, 59 Injured in Thai Clashes on Wednesday
The "Red-shirts" in Thailand
The United Front of Democracy Against Dictatorship (UDD), or the "red-shirts", is a major anti-government force in Thailand. Its members and supporters are often referred to informally as "red shirts" since they are known for wearing red clothes during anti-government protests.
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