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Bangkok (Thailand), Sep 5 (EFE / EPA).- (Camera: Diego Azubel) Anti-government protesters protested this Sunday to demand the removal of Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha, due to the government's failure to manage the covid-19 crisis.FOOTAGE OF THE PROTEST IN BANGKOK.

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