Thai PM Refuses to Resign, Police Crack Down on Protesters

Credit: WorldNews- Published 1 week ago
Thailand's prime minister rejected calls for his resignation Friday, while riot police cracked down on thousands of student-led protesters who rallied in the capital in defiance of a strict state of emergency. The protesters gathered in torrential monsoon rains to push their demands, including that Prime Minister Prayuth...

Video credit: Al Jazeera STUDIO
Published 1 week ago -  01:53
Thai protesters rally in Bangkok defying state of emergency
Hundreds of protesters gather in the Thai capital calling for police to free arrested activists as they demand political reforms.

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