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Thailand: Red Terror - Regime Thugs Firebomb Protest Leader's Home, Threaten Opponents Part II

 
Image: Chao Duangduan Na Chiang Mai,
Chiang Mai Cultural Council president 
 
 
Other incidents this week included the regime's "red shirts" threatening teachers and parents who voiced opposition to the regime. Regime thugs gathered outside Regina Coeli College in the northern city of Chiang Mai, the epicenter of some of the most notorious pro-regime violence, in a show of political intimidation, and intolerance.

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Thailand: Red Terror - Regime Thugs Firebomb Protest Leader's Home, Threaten Opponents Part I

Image: Damage done by a firebombing of protest leader Chitpas Bhirombhakdi family's home. No injuries were reported. 

- After weeks of cyber-stalking by the Thaksin Shinawatra regime's paid-PR machine, including disgraced former-Reuters editor Andrew Marshall, regime thugs have fire-bombed the home of anti-regime protest leader Chitpas Bhirombhakdi.

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Vladimir Putin: I Envy Obama Because He Spies and Gets Away with It

“I envy Obama because he can spy on his allies without any consequences,” said Putin when asked about how his relations had changed with the US following Snowden’s espionage revelations.

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Peace Can’t Be Bought

Whiskey and wine: Lt-Gen Myint Soe, the leader of the Myanmar Armed Forces delegation to Myitkyina, raises a glass of red wine while Gen Sumlut Gun Maw of the Kachin Independence Army holds a whiskey during peace talks in the Kachin State capital. (Photo: JPaing / The Irrawaddy)

The opening of Myanmar will not be complete until peace and stability are achieved in ethnic regions. But as those who have been following the country’s long history of civil war know, that is still a distant and elusive dream.

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Thai opposition to boycott 2 February elections

The massive anti-government rallies have left the country in political deadlock for nearly a month

Thailand's main opposition Democrat Party has announced it will boycott snap elections set for 2 February.

Party leader Abhisit Vejjajiva told a news conference it would not be fielding candidates, saying: "Thai politics is at a failed stage".

Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra called the election earlier this month in a bid to end weeks of mass protests.

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