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New show pokes fun at Thai politics

'News in Depth' has attracted hundreds of thousands of viewers and aims to lighten the mood amid political unrest.

Last updated: 13 Feb 2014 10:14
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A low budget satirical Internet show called 'News in Depth' that takes a look at politics in Thailand is helping to lighten the mood in the country.

It has attracted hundreds of thousands of viewers in a country not known for satire.

Meanwhile, anti-government protesters are still camped out in the capital Bangkok, trying to force the government to step down.

Al Jazeera's Wayne Hay reports from Bangkok.

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