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Bangkok in anarchy as confrontation upgrades
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An anti-government protester waves a Thai national flag during a rally at the new government offices in Bangkok's Don Mueang (Muang) airport November 24, 2008. Thousands of anti-government protesters blockaded Thailand's parliament on Monday, forcing it to postpone an important legislative session, the latest twist to a six-month campaign to unseat the elected administration. [Xinhua/Reuters Photo] 

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