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Bangkok (Thailand), Jul 2 (EFE / EPA) .- (Camera: Narong Sangnak) .- Hundreds of anti-government protesters protested this Friday in front of the Government House in Bangkok to press with their demands for reform of the monarchy and request the resignation of Thai Prime Minister Payut Cha-o-Cha.FOOTAGE FROM THE ANTI-GOVERNMENT PROTEST HELD IN BANGKOK, THAILAND.

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