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Bangkok, Aug 20 (EFE / EPA), (Camera: Narong Sangnak).- Anti-government protests continued Thursday in Bangkok after the arrest and subsequent release on bail of 9 student leaders.FOOTAGE OF THE STUDENT PROTESTS IN BANGKOK.

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