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The police have agreed to withdraw around three companies from the Government House area after being asked to leave by the anti-government protesters under the Network of Students and People for Reform of Thailand (NSPRT). 

Nasser Yeema, chief of the NSPRT guards, led the network’s supporters to Government House Sunday morning to ask the police to maintain only one company of officers inside the compound.

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