In this Saturday, Feb. 22, 2014 photo, a protester injured in an anti-government rally arrives for treatment at a hospital in Trat Province, 300 kilometers (180 miles) east of Bangkok, Thailand. (AP Photo/Daily News)
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A five-year-old girl was killed and 30 people wounded in a drive-by shooting attack on an anti-government rally in eastern Thailand, police said Sunday.Another five-year-old girl was among six people in critical condition after the shooting, Supan Srithamma, head of Thailand's Department of Medical Services, told AFP Sunday.The anti-government movement condemned the attack, blaming authorities for failing to protect rally-goers.Both sides have traded blame for sparking previous clashes, including a gunbattle between police and protesters in Bangkok's historic heart last week which left five people dead -- including a policeman -- and dozens wounded.Seventeen people have been killed, both protesters and policemen, and hundreds injured in clashes and attacks linked to demonstrations.
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