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Four people shot at Ramkhamhaeng University after clashes

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Four people shot at Ramkhamhaeng University after clashes
November 30, 2013 10:23 pm
At least four people were injured in Ramkhamhaeng University Saturday evening after gunshots were heard. The drama was thought to be related to clashes earlier with red-shirts from the nearby Rajamangala Stadium.

The Centre for the Administration of Peace and Order (CAPO) has announced the closure of Ramkhamhaeng Road from Ramkhamhaeng to Lam Sali Intersection, after violence in the area.

Earlier, in the afternoon, dozens of protesters in an anti-red shirt rally, harassed several men near the university by blowing whistles at them. The red shirts are holding a rally to support the government at the stadium.

Some protesters outside RU beat on a taxi transporting red shirts with their fists and sticks and later some students threw rocks and beat a passing bus.

The Nation

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http://www.nationmultimedia.com/breakingnews/Four-people-shot-at-Ramkhamhaeng-University-after--30221002.html

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Yeah, Pui showed me that someone got killed from the protests. Her Dad just passed away and one of her friends who works at airport said she should not travel to between Suvarnabhumi and Don Mueang because one of the protest groups is near Don Mueang. She is leaving tomorrow. I must say prices are a lot cheaper then they were 2 years ago when her brother passed away for a short notice flight.

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Yeah, Pui showed me that someone got killed from the protests. Her Dad just passed away and one of her friends who works at airport said she should not travel to between Suvarnabhumi and Don Mueang because one of the protest groups is near Don Mueang. She is leaving tomorrow. I must say prices are a lot cheaper then they were 2 years ago when her brother passed away for a short notice flight.

Expect the exchange rate to get better as well. They're cutting interest rates in Thailand, which means a weaker Baht.

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