Dec. 9 - Thailand's former prime minister Abhisit Vejjajiva testifies for the first time to police over last year's political unrest. Sunita Rappai reports.
Thailand's former prime minister is surrounded by media as he arrives to testify about last year's deadly political unrest. Abhisit Vejjajiva was summonsed by police over the April-May clashes. Police are investigating the unrest that killed more than 90 people and wounded almost 2000 others. Following a 3-hour meeting, Abhisit told reporters that relevant documents, videos and photographs showing gunmen wearing black clothing were given to the police. The black clad gunmen were reported by some media to have attacked both the protesters and the authorities with live ammunition. Abhisit testified about his role as the then head of government. Sunita Rappai, Reuters