Thailand marks 10 years since deadly army crackdown

Thailand marks 10 years since deadly army crackdown

Channel NewsAsia - Asia·2020-05-19 01:34

BANGKOK: Survivors of a deadly army crackdown in Thailand that killed more than 90 people were to observe the 10-year anniversary mostly in private on Tuesday amid a state of emergency prompted by the coronavirus pandemic.

The 2010 crackdown was a watershed moment in Thailand's polarised politics that pitted the royalist-military establishment against the "Red Shirt" movement of mostly rural and working class supporters of former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra.

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