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Gunfire becomes new norm in Thai capital – Reuters

ReutersBANGKOK (Reuters) – Shots fired by unknown gunmen on Wednesday rattled parts of the Thai capital where anti-government protesters have set up camp for weeks, with small but occasionally deadly bombs and gunfire fast becoming…

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Policeman Killed in Bangkok Clashes – Wall Street Journal

Wall Street JournalThai police aiming their weapons toward antigovernment demonstrators near Government House in Bangkok Tuesday, as security forces moved on long-standing protest sites around the capital. Reuters. BANGKOK—A Thai policeman was shot dead …Thailand…

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4 wounded in blasts at Bangkok protest site –

MiamiHerald.comBANGKOK — Two small explosions shook an anti-government demonstration site in Thailand’s capital on Sunday, wounding at least four people in the latest violence to hit Bangkok as the increasingly volatile nation’s political crisis drags…

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Gunman opens fire on Thai protesters – USA TODAY

USA TODAYBANGKOK (AP) — A gunman opened fire on anti-government protesters in Thailand’s capital, severely wounding one man in the latest violence to hit Bangkok as the country’s political standoff drags on, officials said Sunday….

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Thai prime minister struggles to stay in power – USA TODAY

USA TODAYBANGKOK (AP) — From inside her “war room” in a temporary office at the Defense Ministry, Thailand’s beleaguered Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra is watching television feeds of flag-waving protesters trying to bring down her…

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Thai Political Crisis Worsens – Wall Street Journal

Wall Street JournalBANGKOK—Antigovernment protesters across Southeast Asia took to the streets to mark the New Year, with Thailand lurching further toward a full-blown crisis after election officials Wednesday said demonstrators are close to achieving their…

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Rocks, tear gas fly as Thai protests heat up – USA TODAY

USA TODAYBANGKOK (AP) — Rock-throwing protesters trying to halt preparations for elections fought police in the Thai capital on Thursday, escalating their campaign to topple the country’s beleaguered government. At least 48 people were wounded,…


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