Amy Sawitta Lefevre, Thomson Reuters

Crisis in Thailand intensifies: Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra under siege

‘We will use quick-dry cement to close the gates of Government House so that the cabinet cannot go in to work,’ said Nittitorn Lamrue of the Network of Students and People for Thailand’s Reform.

Thailand is in political limbo after court voids last month’s election

Thailand braces for the worst as protests erupt again and political crisis looms

To the polls again: Thailand will hold a new general election in July

Thailand PM’s legal battles could force her out of office and spark fresh protests

Thailand’s army declares martial law, says it’s not a military coup

Military officials said they were not interfering with the caretaker government, but ministers were not informed of the army’s plan before it was announced on television.

Thailand’s military says it is staging a coup … for peace

The military also declared a curfew from 10 p.m. until 5 a.m. and clamped down on the media.

Thai army tackles economic woes, stifles dissent

‘We are very firm on our strategy when it comes to anti-coup protesters,’ said deputy army spokesman Winthai Suvaree.

Opponents of Thai junta launch a democracy campaign

The military staged a bloodless coup in May, after months of protests had undermined the government of Yingluck Shinawatra.

Thai junta sets up panels to crack down on critical news reports

The military has shut hundreds of ‘inappropriate websites,’ radio stations and television channels since the coup.