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  • Apr. 19 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Workers in a department store wave the Thai flag and the flag of the Thai King (yellow flag) as Thai soldiers move into the Silom financial district Monday. Hundreds of Thai soldiers, including reservists and front line units, and riot police moved into the Silom financial district Monday, not far from the red-shirts' main protest rally site, in Ratchaprasong. The heavy show of force is to prevent the Red Shirts from entering the Silom area. Many of soldiers were greeted as heros by workers in the area, who oppose the Red Shirts.   Photo by Jack Kurtz
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  • Apr. 19 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: A Thai soldier with a Thai flag on duty in the Silom financial district of Bangkok Monday. Hundreds of Thai soldiers, including reservists and front line units, and riot police moved into the Silom financial district Monday, not far from the red-shirts' main protest rally site, in Ratchaprasong. The heavy show of force is to prevent the Red Shirts from entering the Silom area. Many of soldiers were greeted as heros by workers in the area, who oppose the Red Shirts.   Photo by Jack Kurtz
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  • Apr. 19 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Thai soldiers relax in front a "Body Glove" store in the Silom financial district in Bangkok Monday. Hundreds of Thai soldiers, including reservists and front line units, and riot police moved into the Silom financial district Monday, not far from the red-shirts' main protest rally site, in Ratchaprasong. The heavy show of force is to prevent the Red Shirts from entering the Silom area. Many of soldiers were greeted as heros by workers in the area, who oppose the Red Shirts.   Photo by Jack Kurtz
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  • Apr. 19 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Thai riot police sit on the sidewalk in the Silom financial district in Bangkok Monday. Hundreds of Thai soldiers, including reservists and front line units, and riot police moved into the Silom financial district Monday, not far from the red-shirts' main protest rally site, in Ratchaprasong. The heavy show of force is to prevent the Red Shirts from entering the Silom area. Many of soldiers were greeted as heros by workers in the area, who oppose the Red Shirts.   Photo by Jack Kurtz
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  • Apr. 19 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: A Thai soldier on an elevated walkway watches the Sala Daeng intersection at the entrance to the Silom financial district Monday. Hundreds of Thai soldiers, including reservists and front line units, and riot police moved into the Silom financial district Monday, not far from the red-shirts' main protest rally site, in Ratchaprasong. The heavy show of force is to prevent the Red Shirts from entering the Silom area. Many of soldiers were greeted as heros by workers in the area, who oppose the Red Shirts.   Photo by Jack Kurtz
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  • Apr. 19 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: A Red Shirt protestor taunts Thai security forces from the Sala Daeng intersection at the entrance to the Silom financial district Monday. Hundreds of Thai soldiers, including reservists and front line units, and riot police moved into the Silom financial district Monday, not far from the red-shirts' main protest rally site, in Ratchaprasong. The heavy show of force is to prevent the Red Shirts from entering the Silom area. Many of soldiers were greeted as heros by workers in the area, who oppose the Red Shirts.   Photo by Jack Kurtz
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  • Apr. 19 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: A Thai woman brings food and water to Thai troops on the street in the Silom financial district of Bangkok Monday. Hundreds of Thai soldiers, including reservists and front line units, and riot police moved into the Silom financial district Monday, not far from the red-shirts' main protest rally site, in Ratchaprasong. The heavy show of force is to prevent the Red Shirts from entering the Silom area. Many of soldiers were greeted as heros by workers in the area, who oppose the Red Shirts.   Photo by Jack Kurtz
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  • Apr. 19 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Thai soldiers on duty behind a wall of razor wire in the Silom financial district in Bangkok Monday. Hundreds of Thai soldiers, including reservists and front line units, and riot police moved into the Silom financial district Monday, not far from the red-shirts' main protest rally site, in Ratchaprasong. The heavy show of force is to prevent the Red Shirts from entering the Silom area. Many of soldiers were greeted as heros by workers in the area, who oppose the Red Shirts.   Photo by Jack Kurtz
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  • Apr. 19 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Thai soldiers on duty behind a wall of razor wire in the Silom financial district in Bangkok Monday. Hundreds of Thai soldiers, including reservists and front line units, and riot police moved into the Silom financial district Monday, not far from the red-shirts' main protest rally site, in Ratchaprasong. The heavy show of force is to prevent the Red Shirts from entering the Silom area. Many of soldiers were greeted as heros by workers in the area, who oppose the Red Shirts.   Photo by Jack Kurtz
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  • Apr. 19 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: A Thai soldier armed with a shotgun talks on a cell phone in the elevated walkway above the Silom financial district in Bangkok Monday. Hundreds of Thai soldiers, including reservists and front line units, and riot police moved into the Silom financial district Monday, not far from the red-shirts' main protest rally site, in Ratchaprasong. The heavy show of force is to prevent the Red Shirts from entering the Silom area. Many of soldiers were greeted as heros by workers in the area, who oppose the Red Shirts.   Photo by Jack Kurtz
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  • Apr. 19 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: A Thai soldier armed with a shotgun sleeps in the elevated walkway above the Silom financial district in Bangkok Monday. Hundreds of Thai soldiers, including reservists and front line units, and riot police moved into the Silom financial district Monday, not far from the red-shirts' main protest rally site, in Ratchaprasong. The heavy show of force is to prevent the Red Shirts from entering the Silom area. Many of soldiers were greeted as heros by workers in the area, who oppose the Red Shirts.   Photo by Jack Kurtz
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  • Apr. 19 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Red Shirt protestors taunt Thai security forces from behind a wall of razor wire in the Sala Daeng intersection at the entrance to the Silom financial district in Bangkok Monday. Hundreds of Thai soldiers, including reservists and front line units, and riot police moved into the Silom financial district Monday, not far from the red-shirts' main protest rally site, in Ratchaprasong. The heavy show of force is to prevent the Red Shirts from entering the Silom area. Many of soldiers were greeted as heros by workers in the area, who oppose the Red Shirts.   Photo by Jack Kurtz
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  • Apr. 19 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Workers in the Silom financial district have an anti-Red Shirt rally Monday afternoon. Hundreds of Thai soldiers, including reservists and front line units, and riot police moved into the Silom financial district Monday, not far from the red-shirts' main protest rally site, in Ratchaprasong. The heavy show of force is to prevent the Red Shirts from entering the Silom area. Many of soldiers were greeted as heros by workers in the area, who oppose the Red Shirts.   Photo by Jack Kurtz
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  • Apr. 19 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Women hand out Thai flags to passers before an anti-Red Shirt rally in the Silom financial district of Bangkok Monday. Hundreds of Thai soldiers, including reservists and front line units, and riot police moved into the Silom financial district Monday, not far from the red-shirts' main protest rally site, in Ratchaprasong. The heavy show of force is to prevent the Red Shirts from entering the Silom area. Many of soldiers were greeted as heros by workers in the area, who oppose the Red Shirts.   Photo by Jack Kurtz
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  • Apr. 19 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Thai riot police staged in front of a bank in the Silom financial district step aside to let a customer enter the bank. Hundreds of Thai soldiers, including reservists and front line units, and riot police moved into the Silom financial district Monday, not far from the red-shirts' main protest rally site, in Ratchaprasong. The heavy show of force is to prevent the Red Shirts from entering the Silom area. Many of soldiers were greeted as heros by workers in the area, who oppose the Red Shirts.   Photo by Jack Kurtz
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  • Apr. 19 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Thai riot police sit on the sidewalk in the Silom financial district in Bangkok Monday. Hundreds of Thai soldiers, including reservists and front line units, and riot police moved into the Silom financial district Monday, not far from the red-shirts' main protest rally site, in Ratchaprasong. The heavy show of force is to prevent the Red Shirts from entering the Silom area. Many of soldiers were greeted as heros by workers in the area, who oppose the Red Shirts.   Photo by Jack Kurtz
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  • Apr. 19 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Thai soldiers on the street in the Silom financial district of Bangkok Monday. Hundreds of Thai soldiers, including reservists and front line units, and riot police moved into the Silom financial district Monday, not far from the red-shirts' main protest rally site, in Ratchaprasong. The heavy show of force is to prevent the Red Shirts from entering the Silom area. Many of soldiers were greeted as heros by workers in the area, who oppose the Red Shirts.   Photo by Jack Kurtz
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  • Apr. 19 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Thai soldiers wave to the crowd as they drive through the Silom financial district Monday. Hundreds of Thai soldiers, including reservists and front line units, and riot police moved into the Silom financial district Monday, not far from the red-shirts' main protest rally site, in Ratchaprasong. The heavy show of force is to prevent the Red Shirts from entering the Silom area. Many of soldiers were greeted as heros by workers in the area, who oppose the Red Shirts.   Photo by Jack Kurtz
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  • Apr. 19 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Workers in the Silom financial district have an anti-Red Shirt rally Monday afternoon. Hundreds of Thai soldiers, including reservists and front line units, and riot police moved into the Silom financial district Monday, not far from the red-shirts' main protest rally site, in Ratchaprasong. The heavy show of force is to prevent the Red Shirts from entering the Silom area. Many of soldiers were greeted as heros by workers in the area, who oppose the Red Shirts.   Photo by Jack Kurtz
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  • Apr. 19 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: A Thai soldier on duty behind a wall of razor wire in the Silom financial district in Bangkok Monday. Hundreds of Thai soldiers, including reservists and front line units, and riot police moved into the Silom financial district Monday, not far from the red-shirts' main protest rally site, in Ratchaprasong. The heavy show of force is to prevent the Red Shirts from entering the Silom area. Many of soldiers were greeted as heros by workers in the area, who oppose the Red Shirts.   Photo by Jack Kurtz
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  • Apr. 19 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Thai riot police sit on the sidewalk in the Silom financial district in Bangkok Monday. Hundreds of Thai soldiers, including reservists and front line units, and riot police moved into the Silom financial district Monday, not far from the red-shirts' main protest rally site, in Ratchaprasong. The heavy show of force is to prevent the Red Shirts from entering the Silom area. Many of soldiers were greeted as heros by workers in the area, who oppose the Red Shirts.   Photo by Jack Kurtz
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  • Apr. 19 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Morning commuters walk by Thai soldiers staged in the elevated walkways above the Silom financial district in Bangkok Monday. Hundreds of Thai soldiers, including reservists and front line units, and riot police moved into the Silom financial district Monday, not far from the red-shirts' main protest rally site, in Ratchaprasong. The heavy show of force is to prevent the Red Shirts from entering the Silom area. Many of soldiers were greeted as heros by workers in the area, who oppose the Red Shirts.   Photo by Jack Kurtz
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  • Apr. 19 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: A Thai soldier sleeps in the Sala Daeng Skytrain station in the Silom financial district of Bangkok Monday. Hundreds of Thai soldiers, including reservists and front line units, and riot police moved into the Silom financial district Monday, not far from the red-shirts' main protest rally site, in Ratchaprasong. The heavy show of force is to prevent the Red Shirts from entering the Silom area. Many of soldiers were greeted as heros by workers in the area, who oppose the Red Shirts.   Photo by Jack Kurtz
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  • Apr. 19 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Thai riot police sit on the sidewalk in the Silom financial district in Bangkok Monday. Hundreds of Thai soldiers, including reservists and front line units, and riot police moved into the Silom financial district Monday, not far from the red-shirts' main protest rally site, in Ratchaprasong. The heavy show of force is to prevent the Red Shirts from entering the Silom area. Many of soldiers were greeted as heros by workers in the area, who oppose the Red Shirts.   Photo by Jack Kurtz
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  • Apr. 19 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Thai soldiers move among civilians on the street in the Silom financial district of Bangkok Monday. Hundreds of Thai soldiers, including reservists and front line units, and riot police moved into the Silom financial district Monday, not far from the red-shirts' main protest rally site, in Ratchaprasong. The heavy show of force is to prevent the Red Shirts from entering the Silom area. Many of soldiers were greeted as heros by workers in the area, who oppose the Red Shirts.   Photo by Jack Kurtz
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  • Apr. 19 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Thai soldiers move among civilians on the street in the Silom financial district of Bangkok Monday. Hundreds of Thai soldiers, including reservists and front line units, and riot police moved into the Silom financial district Monday, not far from the red-shirts' main protest rally site, in Ratchaprasong. The heavy show of force is to prevent the Red Shirts from entering the Silom area. Many of soldiers were greeted as heros by workers in the area, who oppose the Red Shirts.   Photo by Jack Kurtz
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  • Apr. 19 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: A woman sorts Thai flags in the back of a pickup truck before an anti-Red Shirt rally in the Silom financial district Monday. Hundreds of Thai soldiers, including reservists and front line units, and riot police moved into the Silom financial district Monday, not far from the red-shirts' main protest rally site, in Ratchaprasong. The heavy show of force is to prevent the Red Shirts from entering the Silom area. Many of soldiers were greeted as heros by workers in the area, who oppose the Red Shirts.   Photo by Jack Kurtz
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  • Apr. 19 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Thai soldiers move among civilians on the street in the Silom financial district of Bangkok Monday. Hundreds of Thai soldiers, including reservists and front line units, and riot police moved into the Silom financial district Monday, not far from the red-shirts' main protest rally site, in Ratchaprasong. The heavy show of force is to prevent the Red Shirts from entering the Silom area. Many of soldiers were greeted as heros by workers in the area, who oppose the Red Shirts.   Photo by Jack Kurtz
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  • Apr. 19 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Thai soldiers relax in front a "Body Glove" store in the Silom financial district in Bangkok Monday. Hundreds of Thai soldiers, including reservists and front line units, and riot police moved into the Silom financial district Monday, not far from the red-shirts' main protest rally site, in Ratchaprasong. The heavy show of force is to prevent the Red Shirts from entering the Silom area. Many of soldiers were greeted as heros by workers in the area, who oppose the Red Shirts.   Photo by Jack Kurtz
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  • Apr. 19 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: A tourist gets directions from Thai riot police in the Silom financial district in Bangkok Monday. Hundreds of Thai soldiers, including reservists and front line units, and riot police moved into the Silom financial district Monday, not far from the red-shirts' main protest rally site, in Ratchaprasong. The heavy show of force is to prevent the Red Shirts from entering the Silom area. Many of soldiers were greeted as heros by workers in the area, who oppose the Red Shirts.   Photo by Jack Kurtz
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  • Apr. 19 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Thai riot police sit on the sidewalk in the Silom financial district in Bangkok Monday. Hundreds of Thai soldiers, including reservists and front line units, and riot police moved into the Silom financial district Monday, not far from the red-shirts' main protest rally site, in Ratchaprasong. The heavy show of force is to prevent the Red Shirts from entering the Silom area. Many of soldiers were greeted as heros by workers in the area, who oppose the Red Shirts.   Photo by Jack Kurtz
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  • Apr. 19 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Thai soldiers on the street in the Silom financial district of Bangkok Monday. Hundreds of Thai soldiers, including reservists and front line units, and riot police moved into the Silom financial district Monday, not far from the red-shirts' main protest rally site, in Ratchaprasong. The heavy show of force is to prevent the Red Shirts from entering the Silom area. Many of soldiers were greeted as heros by workers in the area, who oppose the Red Shirts.   Photo by Jack Kurtz
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  • Apr. 19 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: A fruit vendor makes room for Thai riot police to pass him in the Silom financial district in Bangkok Monday. Hundreds of Thai soldiers, including reservists and front line units, and riot police moved into the Silom financial district Monday, not far from the red-shirts' main protest rally site, in Ratchaprasong. The heavy show of force is to prevent the Red Shirts from entering the Silom area. Many of soldiers were greeted as heros by workers in the area, who oppose the Red Shirts.   Photo by Jack Kurtz
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  • Apr. 19 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Thai civilians present food and water to Thai soldiers staged in the elevated walkways above the Silom financial district in Bangkok Monday. Hundreds of Thai soldiers, including reservists and front line units, and riot police moved into the Silom financial district Monday, not far from the red-shirts' main protest rally site, in Ratchaprasong. The heavy show of force is to prevent the Red Shirts from entering the Silom area. Many of soldiers were greeted as heros by workers in the area, who oppose the Red Shirts.   Photo by Jack Kurtz
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  • Apr. 19 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: People eat lunch at a restaurant in the Silom area. Workers in the area carried Thai flags and greeted soldiers as heros Monday. Hundreds of Thai soldiers, including reservists and front line units, and riot police moved into the Silom financial district Monday, not far from the red-shirts' main protest rally site, in Ratchaprasong. The heavy show of force is to prevent the Red Shirts from entering the Silom area. Many of soldiers were greeted as heros by workers in the area, who oppose the Red Shirts.   Photo by Jack Kurtz
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  • Apr. 19 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Red Shirt children sleep on mats on the ground in one of the Red Shirt protest sites. Hundreds of Thai soldiers, including reservists and front line units, and riot police moved into the Silom financial district Monday, not far from the red-shirts' main protest rally site, in Ratchaprasong. The heavy show of force is to prevent the Red Shirts from entering the Silom area. Many of soldiers were greeted as heros by workers in the area, who oppose the Red Shirts.   Photo by Jack Kurtz
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