More Deaths, New Graft Accusations Deepen Thailand's Crisis

Anti-government protesters in Bangkok, Thailand, on Feb. 19 Photograph by Pornchai Kittiwongsakul/AFP via Getty Images

With more bloodshed in Bangkok, the chances of the generals intervening to end the crisis are increasing. Five people died in the Thai capital yesterday, and at least 65 were injured after antigovernment protesters clashed with police officers trying to end one of the movement’s blockades.

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