The Newsmakers

Thai Protests: Is The Monarchy No Longer Untouchable?

In Thailand publicly criticising the monarchy was unthinkable just months ago but youth-led demonstrations for democratic reforms have opened up the political atmosphere. Young Thais are demanding to be heard and those calls could mean a shakeup of traditional society as well. Natalie Poyhonen reports.

Demonstrators use inflatable ducks to soften firehose sting

Demonstrators use inflatable ducks to soften firehose sting

Thousands defy Thai government ban on protests

Thousands defy Thai government ban on protests

Pro-democracy protestors march against monarchy in Bangkok, Thailand

Pro-democracy protestors march against monarchy in Bangkok, Thailand

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Belarus Elections: Lukashenko's Last Stand?

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Myanmar Coup Enters Third Month

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Boris Johnson’s Renovation Investigation

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Biden's First 100 Days

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India’s Coronavirus Crisis

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