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Thai protesters have given Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha three days to resign, and meet other key demands that include reforming the monarchy, appearing to reject an olive branch he offered in a televised address.

Thousands of demonstrators broke through police barricades and barbed wire Wednesday night to march toward Prayuth’s official office. They gathered near the building, known as Government House, shortly after the prime minister said his government was prepared to withdraw emergency rules banning large gatherings in the capital if the protest remained peaceful.

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