Thailand: Protesters take to Bangkok streets despite warning
Tens of thousands of Thai protesters have been out on the streets for a fourth day, despite police shutting down major roads and public transport in the capital.
A ban on public gatherings and a crackdown on Friday failed to stop protesters, who are demanding new elections and reforms to the monarchy.
Al Jazeera's Tony Cheng reports from Bangkok, Thailand.
Thousands of young Thai protesters returned to the streets of Bangkok on Saturday, a day after riot police used water cannon to break up a rally in the center of the city. (Oct. 17) Environmental protesters returned to the streets of Europe's capitals to continue a week of demonstrations that have seen many arrests. Demonstrators took to the streets for a second night in Louisville to protest a Kentucky grand jury's decision not to indict any officers in the fatal police shooting of Breonna Taylor. Watch CBS affiliate WLKY's coverage here. All stations of Bangkok's elevated Skytrain transit system were closed on Saturday afternoon to try to keep protesters from gathering but crowds met anyway and marched or took taxis to several rally points spread through the city