Protesters leave Thai army HQ
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How Thai protesters came and went

Jonah Fisher reports from the Thai army headquarters in Bangkok after protesters forced their way in to hold a demonstration but then left peacefully

Anti-government protesters have left peacefully after they forced their way into the army headquarters in Bangkok and held a demonstration there.

It is the sixth day of protests in Thailand aimed at removing Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra from office.

She has ruled out early elections telling the BBC the situation in Thailand was not calm enough for polls.

Jonah Fisher entered the army headquarters shortly after the demonstrators left.

  • 29 Nov
  • From the section Asia