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Thailand, protesters unwilling to hold talks

“Red Shirt’’ protesters carried a weapon they dismantled from its mount on an armored government vehicle yesterday in Bangkok. The vehicle had been abandoned after clashes. “Red Shirt’’ protesters carried a weapon they dismantled from its mount on an armored government vehicle yesterday in Bangkok. The vehicle had been abandoned after clashes. (Christophe Archambault/AFP/Getty Images)
By Associated Press
April 12, 2010

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BANGKOK — Both the government and protesters mourned their dead yesterday after a night of savage street fighting that left 21 dead, but neither side appeared ready to compromise to end the political stalemate that has bedeviled Thailand for five years and threatens more violence. (Full article: 257 words)

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