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The Thai government called in thousands of additional police troops to help bring peace to the capital, where demonstrators have snarled streets for days. A court also issued arrest warrants for several protest leaders.
The deployment of an additional 30,000 troops and police came Friday as anti-government protesters besieged a satellite transmission center just outside Bangkok. They are angry because the government cut off an opposition satellite TV broadcaster.
The army is warning it may use rubber bullets, tear gas and water cannons against the protesters at the site - the first such