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Nov 24, 2012 | 13:44 GMT

Thailand: Police, Protesters Clash

Police clashed with protesters from the royalist Pitak Siam group, which repeatedly attempted to breach police lines at a rally against Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra in Bangkok on Nov. 24, Reuters reported. At least 42 people were wounded, including seven police, and up to 132 protesters were arrested. Authorities deployed 17,000 police to the rally site of about 15,000 protesters after invoking the Internal Security Act, allowing police to detain protesters, carry out security checks and set up roadblocks. Thailand has seen massive opposition protests in the past few years.

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