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Mon, April 10, 2006 : Last updated 15:22 pm (Thai local time)



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Bangkok turns against election

Poll finds only 15% will certainly vote; most fear 'something terrifying' could happen



LETTER FROM MAKKAWAN RANGSAN BRIDGE

On the big night, a powerful voice is heard

Few of the protesters had expected it was going to be such a sensational experience. But as we were singing "those" songs, we all got goose bumps.





Students 'dump' on premier

About 1,000 Ramkhamhaeng University students marched to the Thai Rak Thai Party's headquarters and dumped garbage in front of the building on Saturday night to "teach the prime minister a lesson" after claiming government officials had stopped them from boarding No 99 public buses to attend an anti-Thaksin rally.






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