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Officials of the Department of Special Investigation (DSI) expect to work normally on Monday despite calls by anti-government protest leaders for all state officials to stay home. 

Anti-government protesters try to enter the DSI on Saturday morning and they finally succeed. (Photo by Apichit Jinakul)

Protesters on Saturday morning briefly surrounded the DSI headquarters on Chaeng Watthana Road. They broke into the compound but did not enter the building. They placed a symbolic padlock on the door before dispersing and returning to their rally site at the Government Complex nearby.

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