Protesters scuffle with police in Bangkok

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Protesters engage in minor scuffles with riot police in #Bangkok Wednesday night as pro-democracy rallies continue in the Thai capital.

Prosecutors in Thailand charged four prominent activists with sedition and defaming the monarchy for their protest activities on Tuesday.

The case is the first of numerous ones lodged against participants in the student-led protest movement that is being prosecuted by the attorney general’s office.

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