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Thai’s Anti-government Protest – Third Day

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In pictures: Thai protest continues (Click here for more pic)

Anti-government protesters wave Thai national flags during a protest inside Government House in Bangkok on 27 August, 2008

Thai anti-government protesters have spent a second day outside Government House demanding the resignation of the prime minister.


Protesters defy court order to continue occupation of Thai
guardian.co.uk –
Thousands of anti-government protesters who have occupied the Thai prime minister’s office compound since Tuesday continued their defiant occupation today despite a court order instructing them to leave and arrest warrants for nine of their leaders.
Thai protesters defy order to leave PM’s compound Reuters
Thai PM changes tack on protests BBC News
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Reuters Southeast Asia News Highlights 0900 GMT Aug 28 Yahoo, Thailand –

Protesters defy court order to continue occupation of Thai … guardian.co.uk, UK –

Thai protesters defy order to leave PM’s compound elEconomista.es, Spain

Thai PM: ‘I will not use my sword’ First Post, UK –

Thai protesters remain defiant Aljazeera.net, Qatar –

Thai protesters defy court order to leave compound The Associated Press –

Thai PM says ‘no showdown’ with protesters AFP –

PM vows ‘no force to disperse protesters’ at Government House Thai News Agency MCOT, Thailand –

Thai Protests Enter Third Day as Samak Rejects Force (Update3) Bloomberg –

Song, dance and picnics bring party mood to Thai protests Tehran Times, Iran –

PM calls off plans to disperse demonstrators Thaindian.com, Thailand –

Thai protesters defy court order to vacate PM office compund GulfNews, United Arab Emirates

Thailand works to disperse protesters Philadelphia Inquirer, PA –

Razor wire and little old ladies keep Thai police at bay Forbes, NY –

Thai PM changes tack on protests BBC News, UK –

Thai leader says police will not force protesters to disperse … Monsters and Critics.com –

Thai Protesters Remain Defiant Bernama, Malaysia –

Thai PM vows to be patient with protesters The Australian, Australia –

Who’s behind Thailand’s protests? Socialist Worker Online, IL –

Govt changes venue of ceremony from Government House to Suan Amporn Nation Multimedia, Thailand –

PM pledges not to use force to disperse PAD crowds Nation Multimedia, Thailand –

PM: Police will not disperse protesters Bangkok Post, Thailand –

Thai protest refuses order to leave gov’t compound The Associated Press –

Thai PM won’t send police to arrest protest leaders The Standard, Hong Kong –

Thai protesters defy order to leave PM’s compound elEconomista.es, Spain –

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Protesters face police in Thailand
International Herald Tribune –
By Seth Mydans BANGKOK: The leaders of thousands of protesters who were blockading the prime minister’s compound refused a civil court’s orders to leave the premises on Wednesday and challenged the police to enter and arrest them.
Deadline to end Thai siege expires Aljazeera.net
Thai police massing as protesters refuse to leave PM’s office guardian.co.uk
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Written by Lwin Aung Soe

August 28, 2008 at 3:35 am

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  1. Pro-Thaksin party’s election triumph creates more uncertainty. Society polarised.
    read more at: http://asocialistmalaysia.blogspot.com/

    CWI Malaysia

    August 29, 2008 at 3:14 am


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