Thai protests turn deadly The death toll from a coup attempt in Thailand rose to 10, with many more believed injured, the National Police Chief has confirmed.
A Thai priest named “Kongjongkaphu” has been detained after being photographed standing up for priests and students in the cathedral of the country’s capital Thailand, where his supporters are gathered.
More than 100 people have been killed and hundreds injured after armed protesters stormed the country’s top temple, the National Palace in Bangkok, after a government-approved weekend meeting.
Police have arrested more than 80 people accused of spreading terror and violence after a night of clashes and an unknown number were wounded, police said.
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The clashes came hours afte모나코 카지노r Thai police fired tear gas at protesters outside the palace, according to state-run Thanh Nien news agency.
The National Palace, a sprawling compound of buildings and grassy areas, is the holiest location in the country, which has a Buddhist-majority Buddhist population, mostly concentrated in the northern provinces of Thammasat and Pattani.
Thailand’s top official at the shrine, Archbishop Ven. Thammasat of the Diocese of Anahm, had asked for prayers to help the victims 카지노 게임of the crisis, a statement on Thursday said.