Thai protesters reference 'Hunger Games'

(FILES) This file picture taken on June 1, 2014 shows anti-coup protesters flashing a three-finger salute during a gathering at a shopping mall which was broken up by security forces in downtown Bangkok. Opponents of Thailand's military coup are risking arrest by flashing the three-finger salute from the "Hunger Games" movies to defy a junta that has banned all public protests. The gesture has become the unofficial symbol of resistance against a military regime that has suspended democracy and severely curtailed freedom of expression. AFP PHOTO / FILES / Christophe ARCHAMBAULTCHRISTOPHE ARCHAMBAULT/AFP/Getty Images
(FILES) This file picture taken on June 1, 2014 shows anti-coup protesters flashing a three-finger salute during a gathering at a shopping mall which was broken up by security forces in downtown Bangkok. Opponents of Thailand's military coup are risking arrest by flashing the three-finger salute from the "Hunger Games" movies to defy a junta that has banned all public protests. The gesture has become the unofficial symbol of resistance against a military regime that has suspended democracy and severely curtailed freedom of expression. AFP PHOTO / FILES / Christophe ARCHAMBAULTCHRISTOPHE ARCHAMBAULT/AFP/Getty Images

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