Kocha Olarn and Anna Coren
November 30, 2013
Two people have been killed and 45 others were wounded when clashes broke out during anti-government protests in Thailand’s capital, an official said.
Pornthep Saeheng, from the city’s Erawan emergency center, gave CNN the updated toll — which was double the number reported on Saturday, when the violence occurred.
At least one of those killed was a university student who was shot inside Ramkhmhaeng University, according to a spokesman for the center.
This article was posted: Saturday, November 30, 2013 at 10:12 pm