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Thousands mark ‘Red Shirt’ crackdown in Bangkok

  • ASSOCIATED PRESSRelatives hold portraits of their loved ones killed in 2010 deadly street fighting as they pray at Ratchaprasong Intersection in Bangkok, Thailand, Saturday, May 19, 2012. The Red Shirt protesters marked the second anniversary of the army's crushing of a two-month-long protest in central Bangkok, the most violent incident in political unrest that has wracked the country since Thaksin Shinawatra was ousted in a 2006 military coup.
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    Relatives hold portraits of their loved ones killed in 2010 deadly street fighting as they pray at Ratchaprasong Intersection in Bangkok, Thailand, Saturday, May 19, 2012. The Red Shirt protesters marked the second anniversary of the army's crushing of a two-month-long protest in central Bangkok, the most violent incident in political unrest that has wracked the country since Thaksin Shinawatra was ousted in a 2006 military coup.
  • ASSOCIATED PRESSBuddhist monks attend a prayer session for Red Shirts victims in 2010 deadly street fighting, at Ratchaprasong Intersection in Bangkok, Thailand, Saturday, May 19, 2012. The Red Shirt protesters marked the second anniversary of the army's crushing of a two-month-long Red Shirt protest in central Bangkok, the most violent incident in political unrest that has wracked the country since Thaksin Shinawatra was ousted in a 2006 military coup.
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    Buddhist monks attend a prayer session for Red Shirts victims in 2010 deadly street fighting, at Ratchaprasong Intersection in Bangkok, Thailand, Saturday, May 19, 2012. The Red Shirt protesters marked the second anniversary of the army's crushing of a two-month-long Red Shirt protest in central Bangkok, the most violent incident in political unrest that has wracked the country since Thaksin Shinawatra was ousted in a 2006 military coup.
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