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Thai protesters face charges of insulting monarchy on eve of planned rally

15 protesters have been summoned to face lèse-majesté charges that can carry upto to 15 years in prison if found guilty. The summons were sent to some of the most prominent faces of the nearly four-month long protest movement

Protesters in Thailand attacked by police as they try to submit a petition to the king

Water canons and a blockade met the protesters who sought to petition the King, calling for reforms and return to democracy. Protests have been going on in Thailand for months against the military junta and seeking reduction of royal power

Thailand’s military junta caves in to popular pressure, calls for elections on March 24

After six postponements since 2015, when the elections were promised, and endless protests, the government finally called for polls. The latest round of protests were held in January

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