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More Violence In Thailand As Protesters, Government Deadlocked

Monday, December 02, 2013

Anti-government protesters in Thailand are said to be getting desperate. After eight days of large demonstrations in the capital Bangkok, including the blockade and occupation of government ministries, the two sides have reached deadlock. The governments policy of restraint has weakened public support for the protesters, but they are still demanding that the government be replaced by an un-elected council. Reporter Michael Sullivan joins Robert Siegel to talk about events there.

Source: NPR

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