The Newsmakers

Thailand's Defiant Demonstrators

Tens of thousands of people in Thailand are ignoring a ban on protests to demand democratic reform, and they're targeting not only the government but also the untouchable monarchy. Insulting the King can land you a hefty prison sentence, so why are protesters making this bold stand now? And who is going to break first, protesters or the establishment? Guests: Kasit Piromya Thailand's Former Foreign Minister James Buchanan Thai Political and Social Researcher Thitinan Pongsudhirak Director of Institute of Security and International Studies

Demonstrators use inflatable ducks to soften firehose sting

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Thousands defy Thai government ban on protests

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