Hostels in Bangkok offer secret refuge to Thai protesters

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  • South China Morning Post published this video item, entitled “Hostels in Bangkok offer secret refuge to Thai protesters” – below is their description.

    More than 50 hostels across Bangkok, Thailand, have been throwing open their doors to give anti-government protesters refuge. Some volunteers have set up a social media platform to link demonstrators to hostel rooms after the government brought in an emergency decree that included a ban on political gatherings of five or more people. The campaign grew within days with donations from supporters. Support us:

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