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Bloody Protests Taken To Prime Minister's Gate in Thailand.

Summary: BANGKOK (Cihan) - For the second day in protests, demonstrators has spilled their own blood in a symbolic protest against the government of Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva in Thailand capital of Bankgok.

"Red-shirted protesters hurled plastic bags filled with their own blood into the residential compound of Thailand's prime minister Wednesday, hoping their shock tactics will bring down his government." Aa A Red Shirted protested claimed that the Thai Prime Minister Vejajiva was tolerated the corruptions and this causing the Thailand's backwardness.

A police officer also said the uncertainty has to be removed from the country. If the uncertainty ended in Thailand it would be good fort he Thai People. The attack failed to deter foreign investors, who bought $40 million of Thai stocks on Monday. Thailand's stock market, which leapt 63 percent last year, remained in positive territory, while the baht currency hardly moved. Despite the increase in tension, foreign funds have been flowing into Thailand's stock market to the tune of $852 million over the past three weeks -- as investors seek to benefit from a swift rebound in Southeast Asia's emerging economies. Aa

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Publication:Cihan News Agency (CNA)
Date:Mar 17, 2010
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