25 September 2021
VIDEO: Myanmar migrant workers in Thailand protest against the military coup in front of their embassy, waving posters of leader Aung San Suu Kyi and stomping on the photos of Senior General Min Aung Hlaing
Riot police are still blocking North Sathorn Road and confronting some protesters, causing a traffic nightmare in the area, though a majority of demonstrators has already left. #Thailand #ม็อบ1กุมภา #KE
Thai Protesters have taken the opportunity to air their grievances against the government. These two are angrily addressing being left behind by the country's Covid response
Both demonstrators and journalists were caught off guard by the crackdown, which took place shortly after a police officer declared the rally illegal and told the protesters to leave the area around the Myanmar Embassy on Sathorn Road
ILaw reported that riot control police has arrived to break up the protest against the coup in Myanmar in front of the Myanmar Embassy in Bangkok.
Infront of myanmar embassy in Bangkok Thailand where Myanmar citizens working here are gathered to protest against the militarycoup in their country. They were reportedly stomping on picture of military chief Senior General Min Aung Hlaing
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Protesters boo police officers who were making arrests of activists during their crackdown on Ratchadamnoen Avenue. Latest report says 16 people were taken into custody for staging an impromptu shrimp market. #Thailand #KE #ม็อบย่างกุ้ง
All this show of force for shrimps Riot police armed with shields later advance on another group of protesters selling grilled shrimps on Ratchadamnoen Avenue. #Thailand #KE #ม็อบย่างกุ้ง
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