Thailand protests: it’s youths vs police at Bangkok’s Din Daeng neighbourhood

It’s just after 6.30pm on September 17, and the first deafening bangs of the night are reverberating under the bridge at the Din Daeng intersection in Bangkok as tear gas is fired. Young protesters in motorcycle helmets are flitting through the smoke to launch projectiles at Thai riot police and goad them to come closer.The nightly dance ends in clashes as police armed with batons and rubber bullets chase the youths – some barely teens – through Din Daeng, making arrests and riling residents by…

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