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Thai airports reopens after PM ousted by court

BANGKOK, Thailand – The first commercial flight in a week arrived in Bangkok on Wednesday as anti-government protesters ended their siege of the country’s two main airports, declaring victory after Thailand’s prime minister was ousted by a court ruling. Thousands of jubilant protesters streamed out of the Suvarnabhumi international airport in cars and trucks, while others cleaned up the mess that had accumulated during their weeklong takeover. Similar scenes were witnessed at the domestic Don Muang airport. Full Story

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