BANGKOK, Dec. 12 (Xinhua) -- A small group of anti-government protesters climbed via ladder into the compound of the Thai Government House Thursday morning, but did not stay long, witnessed said.
Protesters asked the police deployed there to retreat to police stations.
No confrontation occurred between the protesters and police.
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