Tense Thai Elections Go Ahead Despite Protests – ABC News

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ABC News
Protesters trying to derail Thailand’s national elections forced the closure of hundreds of polling stations in a highly contentious vote that has become the latest flashpoint in the country’s deepening political crisis. Around the country, the vast majority of voting
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