By CHALIDA EKVITTHAYAVECHNUKUL Associated Press BANGKOK (AP) — Pro-democracy protesters in Thailand were confronted by riot police and sprayed by water cannons Sunday as they tried to approach Bangkok's Grand Palace to deliver letters about their political grievances addressed to the country's king. The pro-democracy movement has been pushing a bold challenge to reform the country's monarchy with almost daily demonstrations. Sunday marked the second time water cannons were used against them during several months of demonstrations. The protesters pushed aside one of several buses that along with barbed wire was serving as a barrier to marchers trying to approach […]
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