Man, 40, gunned down by unknown attacker at Thai protest site
Published on Apr 15, 2014 3:44 PM
BANGKOK (AFP) - One person was shot dead on Tuesday at the site of an anti-government rally in the Thai capital Bangkok, emergency services said, in the latest in a string of violent attacks.
The 40-year-old man was killed by an unknown attacker in the early hours of the morning near the rally stage in Lumpini Park, according to the city's Erawan emergency centre.
He was working as a security guard for the anti-government movement, according to rally spokesman Akanat Promphan.
"We don't know who was responsible," he added.
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