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By Prachatai |
<p>Two activists who were attacked last week filed a petition with UN representatives on Thursday (3 November) calling for the UN to pressure the Thai authorities into investigating the attacks, after no progress was made by the police.</p>
By Thaweeporn Kummetha and Pinpaka Ngamsom |
<div>Prachatai talked to Prajak Kongkirati on the anti-democratic movement and the prospects for a peaceful solution to this conflict. &nbsp;</div> <div> </div>
By Sittiporn Jorradol |
<div>The eyewitness account of&nbsp;Sittiporn Jorradol, former producer at Nation TV, who witnessed the violent incident near Ramkhamhaeng University last Saturday where five people were killed by gunshots.&nbsp;</div> <div> </div>
<p class="MsoNormal"><span><span lang="EN-GB">Thammasat University&rsquo;s political science academic says in his article in Prachatai that he disagrees with a common saying often heard during the past couple of years of political unrest that, &lsquo;Without bloodshed, this is not going to end,&rsquo; or, &lsquo;There must be a bloodshed, so this will end.&rsquo;</span></span></p>