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At least 34 anti-government protesters in Thailand, who for months have occupied the prime minister's office in Bangkok, have been injured in a grenade attack.
The blast on Saturday occurred near a stage set up for rallies in front of Government House, a police official said.
"The grenade was launched just after midnight, 300 metres from the stage in the Government House compound," Suriyasai Katasila, a spokesman for the People's Alliance for Democracy (PAD) protest movement, told local Channel Three television.
"Protesters have returned to their positions, they are not scared."
A series of grenade attacks on the PAD camp at Government House last week killed two protesters.