Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra survived a no-confidence motion in parliament Thursday as opposition forces in the Asian nation tried to unseat the government amid ongoing street demonstrations. The vote in parliament was 297 to 134. The opposition’s chances of success appeared slim going into the vote, with Yingluck’s party in the majority. But after...
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