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Thai activists arrive at court for anti-government protest trial

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Prominent Thai activist and human rights lawyer, Anon Numpa, arrives at criminal court alongside another activist Panupong "Mike Rayong" Jaadnok, as their trial starts at Bangkok for his participation in July 18 anti-government protest. IMAGES

Added on the 03/09/2020 04:55:17 - Copyright : AFPTV - First images

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