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Thailand's 'red shirts' regroup
Members of 'red shirt' movement stage rallies days after state of emergency is lifted.
Last Modified: 23 Aug 2010 00:31 GMT

Anti-government protesters in Thailand have swung back into action - roughly three months after their long-running rally in the capital Bangkok ended in a military crackdown.

Around 300 of the so-called "red shirts" protesters gathered in the northern city of Chiang Mai.

They relaunched their rallies just days after authorities lifted a state of emergency in the province.

Al Jazeera's Wayne Hay reports.

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