Bangkok Suvarnabhumi's week-long siege by antigovernment protesters appeared to be at an end yesterday after Thailand's Constitutional Court banned Prime Minister Somchai Wongsawat from politics for five years, forcing his resignation. The protesters announced they would leave BKK and domestic hub Don Muang, both of which shut down after being stormed on Nov. 25 (ATWOnline, Dec. 2). An estimated 100,000-300,000 foreign passengers have been stranded in Bangkok. It is unclear how long it will ...

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