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Thailand crackdown: Police put down protests, Prime Minister refuses to resign

New Zealand Herald Saturday, 17 October 2020
Thailand crackdown: Police put down protests, Prime Minister refuses to resignRiot police in Thailand cracked down on thousands of student-led protesters who rallied in the capital on Friday in defiance of a strict state of emergency, while the Prime Minister rejected calls for his resignation.The protesters...
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Government action follows months of student-led street protests that saw king’s motorcade heckled.

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