Thai PM faces protest on first world outing

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MILAN: Thai Prime Minister Prayut Chan-O-Cha is expected to be greeted by protests on Thursday as he makes his first outing on the world stage since seizing power in a military coup in May. The head of the junta is due in Milan for the Asia-Europe Summit of European and Asian leaders to the fury of democracy activists, who have urged the European Union to increase its pressure on the regime. Several hundred protesters are expected to take part in a number of demonstrations in the northern Italian city.
AFP

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  1. The world medias and the rest of people on earth are very foolish,except for the hypocrite Thai yellow shirts.

  2. Most of the protestors were for anti racism, only a 2-3 persons jammed to protest Thai PM. The media should better check all information before releasing news!