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Thai Prime Minister Resigns

Constitutional Court bans Somchai from office, thrilling anti-government protesters who shut down airports in recent days, charging that the ruling coalition was corrupt.

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Thai Military Seeks to Mediate Crisis
Article | BANGKOK, Nov. 26 -- Thailand's powerful military stepped into a battle Wednesday between the government and protesters occupying Bangkok's international airport, calling on the government to resign and the protesters to leave the buildings they have seized.
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State of Emergency Is Declared Around 2 Key Bangkok Airports
Article | BANGKOK, Nov. 27 -- Thailand's prime minister declared a state of emergency Thursday in the areas immediately surrounding two key airports in Bangkok, clearing the way for security forces to move in and eject thousands of anti-government protesters who have taken over the facilities.
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Thai Government Collapses After Court Bans the Premier
Article | BANGKOK, Dec. 2 -- Thailand's government collapsed Tuesday after the nation's Constitutional Court banned the prime minister from politics and dissolved three parties in his ruling coalition, delivering a partial victory to opponents, whose protests paralyzed the country's airports and raised fears...

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