Pro-democracy demonstrators face water canons as police try to disperse them from their protest venue in Bangkok on Friday. Photo: AP Pro-democracy demonstrators face water canons as police try to disperse them from their protest venue in Bangkok on Friday. Photo: AP
Pro-democracy demonstrators face water canons as police try to disperse them from their protest venue in Bangkok on Friday. Photo: AP

Thai police fire water cannon at Bangkok protesters as PM Prayuth steps up crackdown

  • The prime minister said he would not resign and that the government ‘will use the law’ against protesters who ignore an emergency decree
  • Two men will be charged with attempted violence against Queen Suthida for jeering at her motorcade

Topic |   Thailand protests
Pro-democracy demonstrators face water canons as police try to disperse them from their protest venue in Bangkok on Friday. Photo: AP Pro-democracy demonstrators face water canons as police try to disperse them from their protest venue in Bangkok on Friday. Photo: AP
Pro-democracy demonstrators face water canons as police try to disperse them from their protest venue in Bangkok on Friday. Photo: AP
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