Thai protesters confront police, anti-government march blocked

Thai policemen, foreground, block a van of Thai pro-democracy protester during a gathering to mark the fourth anniversary of the military take-over of government in Bangkok, Thailand, Tuesday, May 22, 2018. Police in the Thai capital blocked a march by pro-democracy activists protesting four years of military rule and calling for elections this year. About 3,200 police officers were deployed Tuesday to prevent the dozens of protesters from marching from in Bangkok.(AP Photo/Sakchai Lalit)





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