Thai anti-government protesters hold art exhibition

Vinyl banners depicting the repression such as caged three-finger salutes and Prayuth looking like North Korea's Kim Jong Un lined the road as protesters expressed their frustration against the military-dominated government.

Prayuth on Tuesday (October 25) dismissed calls from opposition parties to resign at a parliament session he had earlier called to discuss the months of protests demanding his departure.

Protests that have brought tens of thousands of people to the streets since mid-July are the biggest challenge in years to an establishment that has long been dominated by military men close to the royal family.