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Anti-government demonstrations continue in Bangkok

More fury in the Thai capital Bangkok as anti-government demonstrators clash with police. Police lobbed teargas at protesters who volleyed back with rocks. Demonstrators were attempting to break down barriers outside a stadium where the country's election commission has been registering parties for next year's election. Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra-now the country's caretaker prime minister- called for a snap election to be held in February after weeks of sometimes violent demonstrations. But demonstrators want her gone now- and have vowed to continue their fight until she steps down. Inside the stadium, numbers were drawn and assigned to parties running in the election. Yingluck's main opposition- the Democrat Party- have said they will boycott the election.

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