13 May 2022
17 May 2022 marks the 30th anniversary of “Black May”, a popular uprising in 1992 that ended with a violent military crackdown and the fall of a military-led government. Plans to use the commemoration event to promote reconciliation are drawing more criticism than praise.
8 Apr 2021
Despite its Information Operations (IOs) being caught and deleted by Facebook and Twitter , the Royal Thai Army (RTA) insists that soldiers are not allowed to express political views. Soldiers with RTA riot control shields guarding the BTS platform (File Photo)
19 May 2020
Victims, relatives and participants of the Black May 1992 incident attended the 28th commemoration of the mass protests that resulted in the overthrow of a military government. The remains of the dead were temporarily transferred awaiting the anticipated end of construction of their memorial within 90 days, after 7 years of work.