Thai Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva insisted on Wednesday that an Asian summit, postponed once already, would go ahead in Thailand this week despite a mass rally in Bangkok by demonstrators intent on toppling him.
The National Front marches on Thailand's Government House, demanding an early election. 2009-02-24 (Context: Government House, Thailand, assemble, red shirt)
Around 27,000 anti-government red shirt protestors march in Bangkok, Thailand, calling for the release of imprisoned leaders. 2011-01-23 (Context: Bangkok, Thailand, red shirt)
Thailand's Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva and anti-government "Red Shirt" protesters reach a qualified agreement to hold general elections in November, but questions over the dissolution of parliament prevent an end to the two-month standoff in central Bangkok. 2010-05-4 (Context: Bangkok, Thailand, red shirt)
Thousands of "red shirt" anti-government protesters rally in the Thai capital Bangkok demanding new elections. 2010-04-3 (Context: Bangkok, Thailand, red shirt)
The death toll in clashes between anti-government protesters and Thai troops in the capital Bangkok rises to at least 20 people. 2010-04-11 (Context: Bangkok, Thailand, red shirt)