Protesters gathered in the tens of thousands in Bangkok, protesting against the monarchy and military dictatorship. Government security forces quickly gathered and deployed water cannons against the protesters, which have been seen very often during the protests in Thailand. Hundreds of arrests occurred, and it is very likely that many will be facing charges.
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