An anti-government protester has her nails done in the national colours in a protesters encampment in central Bangkok January 20, 2014. (REUTERS/Damir Sagolj)
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Anti-government protesters in Thailand besieged government offices in a dozen southern provinces Monday as part of their campaign to force Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra from power, officials said.The government reiterated Monday that it was ready to declare a state of emergency if needed to control the situation.Protesters also surrounded a government savings bank in Bangkok.Yingluck is under intense pressure from demonstrators, backed by the royalist establishment, to step down after more than two months of street rallies aimed at ousting her government from office and installing an unelected "people's council".
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