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Thai anti-government protesters prevent a motorcyclist from driving ahead as they start massing at one of their designated sites in a move to 'shut down' Bangkok on January 12, 2014. Thai anti-government protesters are vowing to "shut down" Bangkok on January 13 in an effort to prevent upcoming elections and topple the government as the country's political crisis teeters on the brink of a tumultuous new phase. - AFP
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