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Thousands in Thailand Continue Protests in Defiance of Crackdown

VOA News Saturday, 17 October 2020
Protesters seek ouster of prime minister and monarchy reform despite aggressive police tactics and state of emergency
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News video: Hand signals only: The language of Thai protests

Hand signals only: The language of Thai protests 02:03

Thai protesters are learning a whole new language, developed within days to co-ordinate among crowds of thousands of people at demonstrations that have swollen in defiance of a government ban and despite the arrest of many protest leaders. Libby Hogan reports.

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