Ten years ago this month, massive street protests came to a bloody conclusion in Bangkok when the Thai military sent in the troops to forcibly end them.
Coconuts Bangkok's Todd Ruiz was reporting from the field at the time. In our feature story on The Coconuts Podcast this week, he takes us back into the armed camp of militants stalking the army, explains what was at stake then, and what it means now 10 years later.
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Long queues at Jakarta's airport amid flight suspensions | Dozens of French folks arrested for Koh Samui Soiree | Singapore online mob harrasses clinic where adopted dog was euthanized | Filipino nurses put their lives on the line in the UK | Malaysian store removes wonderfully moldy leather items
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