Protesters increase pressure on Thai PM

BANGKOK, THAILAND: A planned month-long protest intended to force Thailand's Prime Minister from office began Monday with about 50,000 demonstrators laying siege to major intersections in the large and hectic capital city Bangkok.  CNN's Kocha Olarn captures protesters shutting down Silom Road on January 13.  Follow Kocha (@kochaolarn), CNN's Tim Schwarz (@tjschwarz) and other CNNers along on Instagram at instagram.com/cnn.

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    Protesters increase pressure on Thai PM

Thousands of protesters have taken to the streets, putting pressure on Thailand's Prime Minister. Saima Moshin reports.