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Turbulent Thailand

Thailand's lawmakers seek measures to break political impasse

Pro-democracy protesters enter sixth day on Monday

BANGKOK -- Thailand's lower house members are seeking to hold an extraordinary parliamentary session to discuss measures to handle a political conflict between Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha's administration and pro-democracy protesters.

Youth-led demonstrators gathered again on Monday in new locations after an online poll conducted by activist group Free People voted to hold more rallies instead of resting for a day.

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