Drones capture dramatic views of Bangkok riots (videos)

Drones that can be seen flying above protest sites in Bangkok are not deployed by police or intelligence services, but they are used by local news outlets to capture dramatic footage of the ongoing street protests in Thailand’s capital.

The two videos below were very close to the action in front of Government House on December 1, one at around 3.20pm and the other at around 6pm.



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Drones that can be seen flying above protest sites in Bangkok are not deployed by police or intelligence services, but they are used by local news outlets to capture dramatic footage of the ongoing street protests in Thailand's capital. The two videos below were very close to the action in front of Government House on December 1, one at around 3.20pm and the other at around 6pm. http://youtu.be/c_63LqLIyds&w=560&h=315 http://youtu.be/5tInPb0sw3U&w=560&h=315

Drones that can be seen flying above protest sites in Bangkok are not deployed by police or intelligence services, but they are used by local news outlets to capture dramatic footage of the ongoing street protests in Thailand’s capital.

The two videos below were very close to the action in front of Government House on December 1, one at around 3.20pm and the other at around 6pm.



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