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Thai protesters demand PM quits after scuffles with royalists

By Abiodun Ogundairo
25 October 2020   |   6:08 am
Thousands of Thai protesters march on the Prime Minister's office to demand his resignation after scuffling with royalists opposed to the youth-led movement's calls for reforms to the monarchy.

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