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Police have said that tear gas has been fired at anti-Government protesters in Thailand in an area close to government house.
According to Reuters, protesters broke into a compound of a police sports club where Prime Minister Yingluck is currently.
Chaos erupted in Bangkok's Ramkamhaeng area, where protesters armed with sticks attacked a bus and taxi and badly beat two people, police and witnesses told Reuters.
Anti-government protesters attacked motorcyclists and vehicles near a stadium rally by supporters of Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra.
About 1,000 anti-Government protesters have broken into the compound of the Royal Thai Army headquarters, according to Reuters.
It marks the latest escalation in a demonstration seeking to topple Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra.