Clash Between Thailand Police and Protesters.
At least four people were killed and 64 wounded in Bangkok yesterday when Thailand’s riot police tried to evict anti-government protesters from camps across the capital.
Several other people were injured by a grenade, including a journalist from Hong Kong, the Associated Press reported.
Authorities are debating whether to continue their “Peace for Bangkok” operation on Wednesday, Thailand’s national security council chief said. Thailand’s civil court is also due to rule on the government’s use of the emergency decree, which gives authorities the right to detain protesters and hold them in custody for one month without charges.