Grenade wounds 8 outside prime minister office in Thailand

November 22, 2008 04:49


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A grenade attack on anti-government protesters occupying the Thai prime minister's office wounded eight people shortly after 2 a.m. Saturday morning, officials said. Police Lt. Col. Samreng Songsiang said he inspected the scene and the explosion was from an M-79 grenade. There have been several bomb attacks against the anti-government movement. The latest was last Thursday and killed one person. More than 20 were wounded.

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