Bangkok remains tense post-violence | Thailand News | Al Jazeera

Bangkok remains tense post-violence

Night time curfew has been extended in Thai capital and 20 provinces.

    Fires are still burning in Bangkok, Thailand's capital, a day after the military used force to clear thousands of anti-government protesters off the streets.

    A night time curfew has been extended for three more days in Bangkok and more than 20 of the country's provinces.

    Al Jazeera's Wayne Hay reports from a temple in the city centre - a designated safe zone - where at least six people were found dead.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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