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Thai protesters reinforce besieged airports

BANGKOK, Thailand – Protesters trying to force the prime minister’s resignation brought in thousands of reinforcements to occupy Bangkok’s two besieged airports Monday, extending the political paralysis that has stranded 300,000 travelers. Since the protesters seized the airport last Tuesday, all commercial flights have been suspended in and out of Bangkok. The protests, which come at the height of the tourist season, also halted vital postal air services and the arrival of everything from specialized medicines to raw fish for Bangkok’s Japanese restaurants. Full Story

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