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Bangkok Protests Splitting Thai Familiesi
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February 22, 2014 3:15 PM
As protests in Bangkok continue, the growing political polarization in Thailand is splitting families throughout the country. And as Steve Sandford reports from Chaing Mai, Thailand, there are growing fears the deepening political divide could lead to widespread violence.

Bangkok Protests Splitting Thai Families

Published February 22, 2014

As protests in Bangkok continue, the growing political polarization in Thailand is splitting families throughout the country. And as Steve Sandford reports from Chaing Mai, Thailand, there are growing fears the deepening political divide could lead to widespread violence.


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