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Anti-government protests continue in Bangkok


Bangkok (Thailand), Nov 17 (EFE / EPA), (Camera: Diego Azubel).- The police used tear gas and water cannons on Tuesday to reduce a new protest led by students in Bangkok.Hundreds of protesters from the anti-government student movement and pro-monarchy groups gathered near the parliament in Bangkok, where security forces had installed cement blocks and barbed-wire fences to prevent protests from approaching the building.FOOTAGE OF THE PROTEST ON MONDAY IN BANGKOK.

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