Thousands of protesters hit the streets of Bangkok, Thailand, for a third consecutive night. Police used a water cannon vehicle to clear the demonstrators, who gathered after Prime Minister Prayut responded to calls for his removal Friday saying, "I won't quit." read whole article

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