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Thai PM: 'willing to compromise' with protesters

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The Thai Prime Minister, Abhisit Vejjajiva, has rejected the idea of a national election in the next three months despite calls from protesters during a seven-week standoff.

There have been violent clashes between Thai soldiers and red-shirted protesters in Bangkok. Mr Vejjajiva said he will not give in to intimidation but he is willing to listen and compromise.

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