Thousands of anti-government protestors in Thailand are continuing to occupy a key commercial district in Bangkok in defiance of a government order.
The demonstration is the latest in a series of rallies by the protestors, known as the red-shirts.
They are calling for the government to step down and hold fresh elections.
The government is now seeking a court order to try to evict the protestors, who say they will not move until their demands are met.
The protestors have moved their main camp from the historic old part of Bangkok to the city’s wealthy, commercial heart.