Blast hits Thai government house

Other News Materials 29 November 2008 22:25 (UTC +04:00)

An explosion has injured at least 11 people inside the opposition-occupied government house in the Thai capital Bangkok, BBC reported.

The blast came as the authorities were trying to end a blockade of Bangkok's two main airports by protesters who are demanding the prime minister's sacking.

A grenade was reportedly thrown at the protesters at government house.

A grenade attack there last Saturday injured eight of the protesters from People's Alliance for Democracy group.