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Thailand: Protests Continue Against The King

Eurasia Review Sunday, 18 October 2020 ()
Thailand: Protests Continue Against The KingThailand has entered 'dangerous territory' and is facing a 'full-blown crisis', an expert has warned, after anti-monarchist protesters openly defied the king with three-fingered salutes.

Marchers returned to the streets of Bangkok on Thursday despite a state of emergency being declared overnight, a day after confronting King...
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Thailand's government banned protests and the publication of sensitive news on Thursday in the face of escalating protests that have targeted King Maha Vajiralongkorn as well as Prime Minister Prayuth Chan'ocha, a former junta leader. Libby Hogan reports.

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