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    Anti-government Protesters Camp in Downtown Bangkoki
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    January 14, 2014 3:30 PM
    Anti-government protesters gathered by the thousands for the second day in Thailand's capital, Bangkok, as part of their plan to shut down the city and force the prime minister from office. So far the latest gatherings have remained peaceful. Gabrielle Paluch reports from temporary tent-villages in the heart of the capital.

    Anti-government Protesters Camp in Downtown Bangkok

    Published January 14, 2014

    Anti-government protesters gathered by the thousands for the second day in Thailand's capital, Bangkok, as part of their plan to shut down the city and force the prime minister from office. So far the latest gatherings have remained peaceful. Gabrielle Paluch reports from temporary tent-villages in the heart of the capital.


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