2016-04-28 10:04
 

Thai police have detained 16 activists for standing still to show solidarity with 10 persons abducted earlier by the military. One of the 16 was later taken away by the military after the arrest.

Police officers at about 6:30 pm on Wednesday, 27 April 2016, arrested 16 people for gathering at the Victory Monument in Bangkok and standing still to show solidarity with 10 people abducted by the military on Wednesday morning.

2016-04-27 14:18
 
An election commissioner has filed a complaint under the Draft Referendum Act against a fundraising organization in northeastern province of Khon Kaen.
 
On Wednesday, 27 April 2016, Matichon Online reported that Somchai Srisuthiyakorn, an election commissioner of Thailand, filed a complaint under the Draft Referendum Act against a fundraising organization in Khon Kaen Province (name withheld) at Toongsonghong police station, Bangkok.
 
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2016-04-27 14:13
 

The Thai military has abducted 10 people in Bangkok and the northeastern province of Khon Kaen in the junta’s latest crackdown on political dissidents.    

According to a reporter from Voice TV, Col Winthai Suwaree, spokesperson of the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO), said that the military on Wednesday morning, 27 April 2016, detained 10 people in total.

2016-04-27 10:34
 

Update: The BBC Thai reported that the military have abducted five persons, including Harit Mahaton and Nithi Kooltasnasilp in total on Wednesday morning. The name of another detainee among the five is Supachai Saibutr, 30. According to Supachai’s father, soldiers arrested him from his house at 5:30 am in Bangkok, citing national security. The father added that Supachai was taken to the 11th Military Circle in Bangkok.

2016-04-26 18:26
 

Not even a month after news of an army draftee beaten to death by other soldiers caused public outrage, a doctor has concluded that another soldier in northeastern Thailand has been beaten to death in a military camp.