Anti-government protests in Bangkok continue

  • 1 December 2013
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BBC reporter Jonathan Head is at the scene

Riot police in Thailand have been trying to stop protesters forcing their way into the prime minister's office and the police headquarters.

They're trying to protect important buildings in the capital city Bangkok from being taken over.

The protesters are angry with how the Prime Minister is running the country.

Yesterday two people were killed and many were injured when groups supporting the government clashed with protestors.

The protests have been going on for eight days.