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Thai prime minister warns protesters to leave Bangkok commercial district by Wednesday

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BANGKOK (AP) – Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva has warned protesters who have paralyzed a Bangkok commercial district to leave by Wednesday, dimming chances of a negotiated settlement to Thailand’s two-month political standoff.

Abhisit did not elaborate on his apparent ultimatum in remarks late Tuesday but his government spokesman said the prime minister would no longer offer anti-government protesters a compromise, including an offer to hold an early election on Nov. 14.

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