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Anti-government protests continue in Thailand

Anti-government protesters in Bangkok have continued to stage large-scale marches, and say they plan to occupy the government house and the zoo as they call on the government to step down. The protesters have marched on ministries and government bodies in an attempt to shut them down, and have called on Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra to resign.

Anti-government protests continue in Thailand
An anti-government protester is helped after being injured after riot police fired tear gas on December 1, 2013 in Bangkok, Thailand. Anti-government protesters in Bangkok say they plan to occupy the government house and the zoo; demonstrators calling on the government to step down have marched on ministries and government bodies in an attempt to shut them down. (Getty Images)
Anti-government protests continue in Thailand
Anti-government protesters remove part of a barricade as they attempt to occupy the government house on December 1, 2013 in Bangkok, Thailand. Anti-government protesters in Bangkok say they plan to occupy the government house and the zoo; demonstrators calling on the government to step down have marched on ministries and government bodies in an attempt to shut them down. (Getty Images)
Anti-government protests continue in Thailand
Anti-government protesters escape after riot police fired tear gas on December 1, 2013 in Bangkok, Thailand. Anti-government protesters in Bangkok say they plan to occupy the government house and the zoo; demonstrators calling on the government to step down have marched on ministries and government bodies in an attempt to shut them down. (Getty Images)
Anti-government protests continue in Thailand
An Anti-government protester waves national flag during a rally at Democracy Monument on November 30, 2013 in Bangkok, Thailand. Anti-government protesters in Bangkok say they plan to occupy the government house and the zoo; demonstrators calling on the government to step down have marched on ministries and government bodies in an attempt to shut them down. (Getty Images)
Anti-government protests continue in Thailand
Anti-government protesters take part in a march at parliament on November 29, 2013 in Bangkok, Thailand. Anti-government protesters in Bangkok say they plan to march towards the headquarters of Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra's ruling party today, as they continue their campaign to overthrow her. (Getty Images)
Anti-government protests continue in Thailand
An Anti-government protester waves national flag during a rally at Democracy Monument on November 30, 2013 in Bangkok, Thailand. Anti-government protesters in Bangkok say they plan to occupy the government house and the zoo; demonstrators calling on the government to step down have marched on ministries and government bodies in an attempt to shut them down. (Getty Images)
Anti-government protests continue in Thailand
Protesters occupy the main road outside the police headquarter on November 28, 2013 in Bangkok, Thailand. Thailand's embattled Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra, survived a parliamentary no-confidence vote today but has failed to defuse anti-government protests. Unarmed anti-government demonstrators have managed to shut down a number of government offices over the past few days. (Getty Images)
Anti-government protests continue in Thailand
Anti-government protesters occupy the Thailand Army Headquarters on November 29, 2013 in Bangkok, Thailand. Anti-government protesters in Bangkok say they plan to march towards the headquarters of Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra's ruling party today, as they continue their campaign to overthrow her. (Getty Images)