This is a followup to my other post regarding the protests and buying travel insurance. I've called a few travel insurance companies today and they pretty much universally said that protests (including the protests that shut down the BKK airport last year) are considered "civil unrest" and not covered under a travel insurance policy. Can anyone recommend a reputable company that does not exclude civil unrest under their insurance policies? Thanks!
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