Thai protesters throw paint, daub graffiti on police headquarters

Anti-government demonstrators threw paint and daubed graffiti on Thailand’s national police headquarters in Bangkok on Wednesday night, a day after dozens were hurt when police used tear gas and water cannon against them in some of the worst violence during months of of protests.

The student-led rallies are demanding changes to the military-scripted constitution and the resignation of Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha, who first took power in a 2014 coup. They have also called for reforms to the monarchy, a once-taboo subject, in the most serious challenge to the Thai establishment in years.


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