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Protests by anti-government demonstrators in Thailand have continued as those on the streets have vowed to drive Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra out of office.
Four people died Tuesday in the latest protests in the capital, Bangkok, in clashes between police and demonstrators. Police were trying to clear the protesters from the streets. Until recently the government had largely tried to avoid confrontations with the demonstrators.
Leaders of the protests say they want Yingluck's government replaced by an unelected "people council," which would oversee electoral and political changes.
Thailand was wracked with bloody protests in 2010, when a crackdown is thought to have left around 90 dead.
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