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Bangkok, Oct 2 (EFE/EPA).- Thai high school students took to the streets on Friday against the education ministry and the practice of punishing children in educational institutions. Several videos of teachers bullying or assaulting kindergarten children at a school in Bangkok went viral, sparking outrage in the country. (Camera: NARONG SANGNAK)SHOT LIST: STUDENTS PROTESTING AGAINST THE EDUCATION MINISTRY IN BANGKOK, THAILAND.

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