Thai protesters enter venue where Asia summit held

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April 11, 2009 09:32

 
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Hundreds of anti-government protesters smashed through glass doors at the venue of an Asian summit on Saturday and wee walking through the building. It was not immediately clear if they were able to gain access to rooms where delegates and leaders were. About 2,000 red-shirted protesters swarmed to the hilltop venue, demanding the resignation of the Thai prime minister. Earlier, organizers of the summit said all morning meetings had been postponed for "reasons of safety."

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