Leaders of the Thailand anti-government protests arriving at court
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Thai anti-government protest leaders in court

Leaders of the Thailand anti-government protests that brought part of Bangkok to a standstill earlier this year have appeared in court and pleaded not guilty to terrorism charges.

The 17 so-called red-shirts are also accused of inciting violence and threatening officials.

At least 90 people were killed during 10 weeks of protests and clashes.

Rachel Harvey reports from Bangkok.

  • 16 Aug 2010