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  • 16 MAY 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: People trying to evacuate their neighborhood run as sniper fire is heard along Rama IV Road in Bangkok. It's not clear who the snipers are, but the fire has been directed at anti government positions. Thai troops and anti government protesters clashed on Rama IV Road again Sunday afternoon in a series of running battles. Troops fired into the air and unidentified snipers shot at pedestrians on the sidewalks. At one point Sunday the government said it was going to impose a curfew only to rescind the announcement hours later. The situation in Bangkok continues to deteriorate as protests spread beyond the area of the Red Shirts stage at Ratchaprasong Intersection. Many protests now involve people who have not been active in the Red Shirt protests and live in the vicinity of Khlong Toei slum and Rama IV Road. Red Shirt leaders have called for a cease fire, but the government indicated that it is going to go ahead with operations to isolate the Red Shirt camp and clear the streets.      PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 16 MAY 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: People trying to evacuate their neighborhood run as sniper fire is heard along Rama IV Road in Bangkok. It's not clear who the snipers are, but the fire has been directed at anti government positions. Thai troops and anti government protesters clashed on Rama IV Road again Sunday afternoon in a series of running battles. Troops fired into the air and unidentified snipers shot at pedestrians on the sidewalks. At one point Sunday the government said it was going to impose a curfew only to rescind the announcement hours later. The situation in Bangkok continues to deteriorate as protests spread beyond the area of the Red Shirts stage at Ratchaprasong Intersection. Many protests now involve people who have not been active in the Red Shirt protests and live in the vicinity of Khlong Toei slum and Rama IV Road. Red Shirt leaders have called for a cease fire, but the government indicated that it is going to go ahead with operations to isolate the Red Shirt camp and clear the streets.      PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 16 MAY 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: People trying to evacuate their neighborhood run as sniper fire is heard along Rama IV Road in Bangkok. It's not clear who the snipers are, but the fire has been directed at anti government positions. Thai troops and anti government protesters clashed on Rama IV Road again Sunday afternoon in a series of running battles. Troops fired into the air and unidentified snipers shot at pedestrians on the sidewalks. At one point Sunday the government said it was going to impose a curfew only to rescind the announcement hours later. The situation in Bangkok continues to deteriorate as protests spread beyond the area of the Red Shirts stage at Ratchaprasong Intersection. Many protests now involve people who have not been active in the Red Shirt protests and live in the vicinity of Khlong Toei slum and Rama IV Road. Red Shirt leaders have called for a cease fire, but the government indicated that it is going to go ahead with operations to isolate the Red Shirt camp and clear the streets.      PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 16 MAY 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Anti government protesters on Rama IV Road take shelter as unidentified snipers open fire on them Sunday. Thai troops and anti government protesters clashed on Rama IV Road again Sunday afternoon in a series of running battles. Troops fired into the air and unidentified snipers shot at pedestrians on the sidewalks. At one point Sunday the government said it was going to impose a curfew only to rescind the announcement hours later. The situation in Bangkok continues to deteriorate as protests spread beyond the area of the Red Shirts stage at Ratchaprasong Intersection. Many protests now involve people who have not been active in the Red Shirt protests and live in the vicinity of Khlong Toei slum and Rama IV Road. Red Shirt leaders have called for a cease fire, but the government indicated that it is going to go ahead with operations to isolate the Red Shirt camp and clear the streets.      PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 16 MAY 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Anti government protesters on Rama IV Road take shelter as unidentified snipers open fire on them Sunday. Thai troops and anti government protesters clashed on Rama IV Road again Sunday afternoon in a series of running battles. Troops fired into the air and unidentified snipers shot at pedestrians on the sidewalks. At one point Sunday the government said it was going to impose a curfew only to rescind the announcement hours later. The situation in Bangkok continues to deteriorate as protests spread beyond the area of the Red Shirts stage at Ratchaprasong Intersection. Many protests now involve people who have not been active in the Red Shirt protests and live in the vicinity of Khlong Toei slum and Rama IV Road. Red Shirt leaders have called for a cease fire, but the government indicated that it is going to go ahead with operations to isolate the Red Shirt camp and clear the streets.      PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 16 MAY 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Thai civilians who live in the area of the Red Shirt camp leave through a checkpoint manned by Thai troops Sunday. The Thai government is trying to clear the area of civilians ahead of an expected military operation to end the Red Shirt protest. Elsewhere in Bangkok, Thai troops and anti government protesters clashed on Rama IV Road again Sunday afternoon in a series of running battles. Troops fired into the air and unidentified snipers shot at pedestrians on the sidewalks. At one point Sunday the government said it was going to impose a curfew only to rescind the announcement hours later. The situation in Bangkok continues to deteriorate as protests spread beyond the area of the Red Shirts stage at Ratchaprasong Intersection. Many protests now involve people who have not been active in the Red Shirt protests and live in the area of Rama IV. Red Shirt leaders have called for a cease fire, but the government indicated that it is going to go ahead with operations to isolate the Red Shirt camp and clear the streets.      PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 16 MAY 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Thai civilians who live in the area of the Red Shirt camp leave through a checkpoint manned by Thai troops Sunday. The Thai government is trying to clear the area of civilians ahead of an expected military operation to end the Red Shirt protest. Elsewhere in Bangkok, Thai troops and anti government protesters clashed on Rama IV Road again Sunday afternoon in a series of running battles. Troops fired into the air and unidentified snipers shot at pedestrians on the sidewalks. At one point Sunday the government said it was going to impose a curfew only to rescind the announcement hours later. The situation in Bangkok continues to deteriorate as protests spread beyond the area of the Red Shirts stage at Ratchaprasong Intersection. Many protests now involve people who have not been active in the Red Shirt protests and live in the area of Rama IV. Red Shirt leaders have called for a cease fire, but the government indicated that it is going to go ahead with operations to isolate the Red Shirt camp and clear the streets.      PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 16 MAY 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Thai civilians who live in the area of the Red Shirt camp leave through a checkpoint manned by Thai troops Sunday. The Thai government is trying to clear the area of civilians ahead of an expected military operation to end the Red Shirt protest. Elsewhere in Bangkok, Thai troops and anti government protesters clashed on Rama IV Road again Sunday afternoon in a series of running battles. Troops fired into the air and unidentified snipers shot at pedestrians on the sidewalks. At one point Sunday the government said it was going to impose a curfew only to rescind the announcement hours later. The situation in Bangkok continues to deteriorate as protests spread beyond the area of the Red Shirts stage at Ratchaprasong Intersection. Many protests now involve people who have not been active in the Red Shirt protests and live in the area of Rama IV. Red Shirt leaders have called for a cease fire, but the government indicated that it is going to go ahead with operations to isolate the Red Shirt camp and clear the streets.      PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 16 MAY 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Thai civilians who live in the area of the Red Shirt camp leave through a checkpoint manned by Thai troops Sunday. The Thai government is trying to clear the area of civilians ahead of an expected military operation to end the Red Shirt protest. Elsewhere in Bangkok, Thai troops and anti government protesters clashed on Rama IV Road again Sunday afternoon in a series of running battles. Troops fired into the air and unidentified snipers shot at pedestrians on the sidewalks. At one point Sunday the government said it was going to impose a curfew only to rescind the announcement hours later. The situation in Bangkok continues to deteriorate as protests spread beyond the area of the Red Shirts stage at Ratchaprasong Intersection. Many protests now involve people who have not been active in the Red Shirt protests and live in the area of Rama IV. Red Shirt leaders have called for a cease fire, but the government indicated that it is going to go ahead with operations to isolate the Red Shirt camp and clear the streets.      PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 16 MAY 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: A Thai taxi driver tries to negotiate his way past an army checkpoint on Pethcaburi Road in Bangkok Sunday. Thai troops and anti government protesters clashed on Rama IV Road again Sunday afternoon in a series of running battles. Troops fired into the air and unidentified snipers shot at pedestrians on the sidewalks. At one point Sunday the government said it was going to impose a curfew only to rescind the announcement hours later. The situation in Bangkok continues to deteriorate as protests spread beyond the area of the Red Shirts stage at Ratchaprasong Intersection. Many protests now involve people who have not been active in the Red Shirt protests and live in the vicinity of Khlong Toei slum and Rama IV Road. Red Shirt leaders have called for a cease fire, but the government indicated that it is going to go ahead with operations to isolate the Red Shirt camp and clear the streets.      PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 16 MAY 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: A car and motorcycle taxi leaving the area near the Red Shirt camp are the only vehicles on Phloen Chit Road Sunday. The Red Shirts' bamboo wall is at the end of the road. Phloen Chit is normally one of the busiest roads in Bangkok and leads into the city's main shopping district. Thai troops and anti government protesters clashed on Rama IV Road again Sunday afternoon in a series of running battles. Troops fired into the air and unidentified snipers shot at pedestrians on the sidewalks. At one point Sunday the government said it was going to impose a curfew only to rescind the announcement hours later. The situation in Bangkok continues to deteriorate as protests spread beyond the area of the Red Shirts stage at Ratchaprasong Intersection. Many protests now involve people who have not been active in the Red Shirt protests and live in the area of Rama IV. Red Shirt leaders have called for a cease fire, but the government indicated that it is going to go ahead with operations to isolate the Red Shirt camp and clear the streets.      PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 16 MAY 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Thai civilians take shelter in the doorway of a closed shop on Rama IV Road after unidentified snipers opened fire on them in Bangkok Sunday. Thai troops and anti government protesters clashed on Rama IV Road again Sunday afternoon in a series of running battles. Troops fired into the air and unidentified snipers shot at pedestrians on the sidewalks. At one point Sunday the government said it was going to impose a curfew only to rescind the announcement hours later. The situation in Bangkok continues to deteriorate as protests spread beyond the area of the Red Shirts stage at Ratchaprasong Intersection. Many protests now involve people who have not been active in the Red Shirt protests and live in the vicinity of Khlong Toei slum and Rama IV Road. Red Shirt leaders have called for a cease fire, but the government indicated that it is going to go ahead with operations to isolate the Red Shirt camp and clear the streets.      PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 16 MAY 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Smoke rises over the Bangkok skyline from burning tire barricades along Rama IV Road near Lumpini boxing stadium Sunday. Thai troops and anti government protesters clashed on Rama IV Road again Sunday afternoon in a series of running battles. Troops fired into the air and unidentified snipers shot at pedestrians on the sidewalks. At one point Sunday the government said it was going to impose a curfew only to rescind the announcement hours later. The situation in Bangkok continues to deteriorate as protests spread beyond the area of the Red Shirts stage at Ratchaprasong Intersection. Many protests now involve people who have not been active in the Red Shirt protests and live in the vicinity of Khlong Toei slum and Rama IV Road. Red Shirt leaders have called for a cease fire, but the government indicated that it is going to go ahead with operations to isolate the Red Shirt camp and clear the streets.      PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 16 MAY 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Thai civilians take shelter along Rama IV Road after unidentified snipers opened fire from the vicinity of government troops in Bangkok Sunday. Thai troops and anti government protesters clashed on Rama IV Road again Sunday afternoon in a series of running battles. Troops fired into the air and unidentified snipers shot at pedestrians on the sidewalks. At one point Sunday the government said it was going to impose a curfew only to rescind the announcement hours later. The situation in Bangkok continues to deteriorate as protests spread beyond the area of the Red Shirts stage at Ratchaprasong Intersection. Many protests now involve people who have not been active in the Red Shirt protests and live in the vicinity of Khlong Toei slum and Rama IV Road. Red Shirt leaders have called for a cease fire, but the government indicated that it is going to go ahead with operations to isolate the Red Shirt camp and clear the streets.      PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 16 MAY 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Thai civilians take shelter along Rama IV Road after unidentified snipers opened fire from the vicinity of government troops in Bangkok Sunday. Thai troops and anti government protesters clashed on Rama IV Road again Sunday afternoon in a series of running battles. Troops fired into the air and unidentified snipers shot at pedestrians on the sidewalks. At one point Sunday the government said it was going to impose a curfew only to rescind the announcement hours later. The situation in Bangkok continues to deteriorate as protests spread beyond the area of the Red Shirts stage at Ratchaprasong Intersection. Many protests now involve people who have not been active in the Red Shirt protests and live in the vicinity of Khlong Toei slum and Rama IV Road. Red Shirt leaders have called for a cease fire, but the government indicated that it is going to go ahead with operations to isolate the Red Shirt camp and clear the streets.      PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 16 MAY 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Thai civilians take shelter in the doorway of a closed shop on Rama IV Road after unidentified snipers opened fire on them in Bangkok Sunday. Thai troops and anti government protesters clashed on Rama IV Road again Sunday afternoon in a series of running battles. Troops fired into the air and unidentified snipers shot at pedestrians on the sidewalks. At one point Sunday the government said it was going to impose a curfew only to rescind the announcement hours later. The situation in Bangkok continues to deteriorate as protests spread beyond the area of the Red Shirts stage at Ratchaprasong Intersection. Many protests now involve people who have not been active in the Red Shirt protests and live in the vicinity of Khlong Toei slum and Rama IV Road. Red Shirt leaders have called for a cease fire, but the government indicated that it is going to go ahead with operations to isolate the Red Shirt camp and clear the streets.      PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 16 MAY 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Thai civilians take shelter in the doorway of a closed shop on Rama IV Road after unidentified snipers opened fire on them in Bangkok Sunday. Thai troops and anti government protesters clashed on Rama IV Road again Sunday afternoon in a series of running battles. Troops fired into the air and unidentified snipers shot at pedestrians on the sidewalks. At one point Sunday the government said it was going to impose a curfew only to rescind the announcement hours later. The situation in Bangkok continues to deteriorate as protests spread beyond the area of the Red Shirts stage at Ratchaprasong Intersection. Many protests now involve people who have not been active in the Red Shirt protests and live in the vicinity of Khlong Toei slum and Rama IV Road. Red Shirt leaders have called for a cease fire, but the government indicated that it is going to go ahead with operations to isolate the Red Shirt camp and clear the streets.      PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 16 MAY 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: An ambulance carrying a sniper's victim and a motorcycle taxi evacuating a civilian try to get off of Rama IV Road in Bangkok Sunday. Thai troops and anti government protesters clashed on Rama IV Road again Sunday afternoon in a series of running battles. Troops fired into the air and unidentified snipers shot at pedestrians on the sidewalks. At one point Sunday the government said it was going to impose a curfew only to rescind the announcement hours later. The situation in Bangkok continues to deteriorate as protests spread beyond the area of the Red Shirts stage at Ratchaprasong Intersection. Many protests now involve people who have not been active in the Red Shirt protests and live in the vicinity of Khlong Toei slum and Rama IV Road. Red Shirt leaders have called for a cease fire, but the government indicated that it is going to go ahead with operations to isolate the Red Shirt camp and clear the streets.      PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 16 MAY 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Thai troops man a checkpoint near Sala Daeng Intersection in Bangkok. Movement beyond the barricade drew warning shots and ultimately live fire. Thai troops and anti government protesters clashed on Rama IV Road again Sunday afternoon in a series of running battles. Troops fired into the air and unidentified snipers shot at pedestrians on the sidewalks. At one point Sunday the government said it was going to impose a curfew only to rescind the announcement hours later. The situation in Bangkok continues to deteriorate as protests spread beyond the area of the Red Shirts stage at Ratchaprasong Intersection. Many protests now involve people who have not been active in the Red Shirt protests and live in the vicinity of Khlong Toei slum and Rama IV Road. Red Shirt leaders have called for a cease fire, but the government indicated that it is going to go ahead with operations to isolate the Red Shirt camp and clear the streets.      PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 16 MAY 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Thai troops man a checkpoint near Sala Daeng Intersection in Bangkok. Movement beyond the barricade drew warning shots and ultimately live fire. Thai troops and anti government protesters clashed on Rama IV Road again Sunday afternoon in a series of running battles. Troops fired into the air and unidentified snipers shot at pedestrians on the sidewalks. At one point Sunday the government said it was going to impose a curfew only to rescind the announcement hours later. The situation in Bangkok continues to deteriorate as protests spread beyond the area of the Red Shirts stage at Ratchaprasong Intersection. Many protests now involve people who have not been active in the Red Shirt protests and live in the vicinity of Khlong Toei slum and Rama IV Road. Red Shirt leaders have called for a cease fire, but the government indicated that it is going to go ahead with operations to isolate the Red Shirt camp and clear the streets.      PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 16 MAY 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: A man in his shuttered shop on Rama IV Road in Bangkok Sunday. Thai troops and anti government protesters clashed on Rama IV Road again Sunday afternoon in a series of running battles. Troops fired into the air and unidentified snipers shot at pedestrians on the sidewalks. At one point Sunday the government said it was going to impose a curfew only to rescind the announcement hours later. The situation in Bangkok continues to deteriorate as protests spread beyond the area of the Red Shirts stage at Ratchaprasong Intersection. Many protests now involve people who have not been active in the Red Shirt protests and live in the vicinity of Khlong Toei slum and Rama IV Road. Red Shirt leaders have called for a cease fire, but the government indicated that it is going to go ahead with operations to isolate the Red Shirt camp and clear the streets.      PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 16 MAY 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: People in a pick up truck flee fighting on Rama IV Road in Bangkok Sunday. Thai troops and anti government protesters clashed on Rama IV Road again Sunday afternoon in a series of running battles. Troops fired into the air and unidentified snipers shot at pedestrians on the sidewalks. At one point Sunday the government said it was going to impose a curfew only to rescind the announcement hours later. The situation in Bangkok continues to deteriorate as protests spread beyond the area of the Red Shirts stage at Ratchaprasong Intersection. Many protests now involve people who have not been active in the Red Shirt protests and live in the vicinity of Khlong Toei slum and Rama IV Road. Red Shirt leaders have called for a cease fire, but the government indicated that it is going to go ahead with operations to isolate the Red Shirt camp and clear the streets.      PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 16 MAY 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Thai soldiers send a motorcycle taxi from Phloen Chit Road near the Red Shirt camp in Bangkok Sunday. Thai troops and anti government protesters clashed on Rama IV Road again Sunday afternoon in a series of running battles. Troops fired into the air and unidentified snipers shot at pedestrians on the sidewalks. At one point Sunday the government said it was going to impose a curfew only to rescind the announcement hours later. The situation in Bangkok continues to deteriorate as protests spread beyond the area of the Red Shirts stage at Ratchaprasong Intersection. Many protests now involve people who have not been active in the Red Shirt protests and live in the area of Rama IV. Red Shirt leaders have called for a cease fire, but the government indicated that it is going to go ahead with operations to isolate the Red Shirt camp and clear the streets.      PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 16 MAY 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: A man under fire from unidentified snipers crawls along the sidewalk on Rama IV Road in Bangkok Sunday. The fire came from the direction of Thai government troops. Thai troops and anti government protesters clashed on Rama IV Road again Sunday afternoon in a series of running battles. Troops fired into the air and unidentified snipers shot at pedestrians on the sidewalks. At one point Sunday the government said it was going to impose a curfew only to rescind the announcement hours later. The situation in Bangkok continues to deteriorate as protests spread beyond the area of the Red Shirts stage at Ratchaprasong Intersection. Many protests now involve people who have not been active in the Red Shirt protests and live in the vicinity of Khlong Toei slum and Rama IV Road. Red Shirt leaders have called for a cease fire, but the government indicated that it is going to go ahead with operations to isolate the Red Shirt camp and clear the streets.      PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 16 MAY 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: A Thai family watches for snipers from the gate in front of their home on Rama IV Road in Bangkok Sunday. Thai troops and anti government protesters clashed on Rama IV Road again Sunday afternoon in a series of running battles. Troops fired into the air and unidentified snipers shot at pedestrians on the sidewalks. At one point Sunday the government said it was going to impose a curfew only to rescind the announcement hours later. The situation in Bangkok continues to deteriorate as protests spread beyond the area of the Red Shirts stage at Ratchaprasong Intersection. Many protests now involve people who have not been active in the Red Shirt protests and live in the vicinity of Khlong Toei slum and Rama IV Road. Red Shirt leaders have called for a cease fire, but the government indicated that it is going to go ahead with operations to isolate the Red Shirt camp and clear the streets.      PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 16 MAY 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: An anti government Red Shirt at a burning tire barricade in Bangkok Sunday. Thai troops and anti government protesters clashed on Rama IV Road again Sunday afternoon in a series of running battles. Troops fired into the air and unidentified snipers shot at pedestrians on the sidewalks. At one point Sunday the government said it was going to impose a curfew only to rescind the announcement hours later. The situation in Bangkok continues to deteriorate as protests spread beyond the area of the Red Shirts stage at Ratchaprasong Intersection. Many protests now involve people who have not been active in the Red Shirt protests and live in the vicinity of Khlong Toei slum and Rama IV Road. Red Shirt leaders have called for a cease fire, but the government indicated that it is going to go ahead with operations to isolate the Red Shirt camp and clear the streets.      PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 16 MAY 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Thai troops man a checkpoint near Sala Daeng Intersection in Bangkok. Movement beyond the barricade drew warning shots and ultimately live fire. Thai troops and anti government protesters clashed on Rama IV Road again Sunday afternoon in a series of running battles. Troops fired into the air and unidentified snipers shot at pedestrians on the sidewalks. At one point Sunday the government said it was going to impose a curfew only to rescind the announcement hours later. The situation in Bangkok continues to deteriorate as protests spread beyond the area of the Red Shirts stage at Ratchaprasong Intersection. Many protests now involve people who have not been active in the Red Shirt protests and live in the vicinity of Khlong Toei slum and Rama IV Road. Red Shirt leaders have called for a cease fire, but the government indicated that it is going to go ahead with operations to isolate the Red Shirt camp and clear the streets.      PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 16 MAY 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Smoke rises over the Bangkok skyline from burning tire barricades along Rama IV Road near Lumpini boxing stadium Sunday. Thai troops and anti government protesters clashed on Rama IV Road again Sunday afternoon in a series of running battles. Troops fired into the air and unidentified snipers shot at pedestrians on the sidewalks. At one point Sunday the government said it was going to impose a curfew only to rescind the announcement hours later. The situation in Bangkok continues to deteriorate as protests spread beyond the area of the Red Shirts stage at Ratchaprasong Intersection. Many protests now involve people who have not been active in the Red Shirt protests and live in the vicinity of Khlong Toei slum and Rama IV Road. Red Shirt leaders have called for a cease fire, but the government indicated that it is going to go ahead with operations to isolate the Red Shirt camp and clear the streets.      PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 16 MAY 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Thai civilians take shelter along Rama IV Road after unidentified snipers opened fire from the vicinity of government troops in Bangkok Sunday. Thai troops and anti government protesters clashed on Rama IV Road again Sunday afternoon in a series of running battles. Troops fired into the air and unidentified snipers shot at pedestrians on the sidewalks. At one point Sunday the government said it was going to impose a curfew only to rescind the announcement hours later. The situation in Bangkok continues to deteriorate as protests spread beyond the area of the Red Shirts stage at Ratchaprasong Intersection. Many protests now involve people who have not been active in the Red Shirt protests and live in the vicinity of Khlong Toei slum and Rama IV Road. Red Shirt leaders have called for a cease fire, but the government indicated that it is going to go ahead with operations to isolate the Red Shirt camp and clear the streets.      PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 16 MAY 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Thai flags on a light pole along Rama IV Road while barricades on the road burn Sunday afternoon in Bangkok. Thai troops and anti government protesters clashed on Rama IV Road again Sunday afternoon in a series of running battles. Troops fired into the air and unidentified snipers shot at pedestrians on the sidewalks. At one point Sunday the government said it was going to impose a curfew only to rescind the announcement hours later. The situation in Bangkok continues to deteriorate as protests spread beyond the area of the Red Shirts stage at Ratchaprasong Intersection. Many protests now involve people who have not been active in the Red Shirt protests and live in the vicinity of Khlong Toei slum and Rama IV Road. Red Shirt leaders have called for a cease fire, but the government indicated that it is going to go ahead with operations to isolate the Red Shirt camp and clear the streets.      PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 16 MAY 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: An anti government Red Shirt puts more tires on a burning barricade in Bangkok Sunday. Thai troops and anti government protesters clashed on Rama IV Road again Sunday afternoon in a series of running battles. Troops fired into the air and unidentified snipers shot at pedestrians on the sidewalks. At one point Sunday the government said it was going to impose a curfew only to rescind the announcement hours later. The situation in Bangkok continues to deteriorate as protests spread beyond the area of the Red Shirts stage at Ratchaprasong Intersection. Many protests now involve people who have not been active in the Red Shirt protests and live in the vicinity of Khlong Toei slum and Rama IV Road. Red Shirt leaders have called for a cease fire, but the government indicated that it is going to go ahead with operations to isolate the Red Shirt camp and clear the streets.      PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 16 MAY 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Anti government protesters and Royal Thai Police  watch a tire barricade burn on Rama IV Road Sunday. Thai troops and anti government protesters clashed on Rama IV Road again Sunday afternoon in a series of running battles. Troops fired into the air and unidentified snipers shot at pedestrians on the sidewalks. At one point Sunday the government said it was going to impose a curfew only to rescind the announcement hours later. The situation in Bangkok continues to deteriorate as protests spread beyond the area of the Red Shirts stage at Ratchaprasong Intersection. Many protests now involve people who have not been active in the Red Shirt protests and live in the vicinity of Khlong Toei slum and Rama IV Road. Red Shirt leaders have called for a cease fire, but the government indicated that it is going to go ahead with operations to isolate the Red Shirt camp and clear the streets.      PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 16 MAY 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: A man sits under an anti government banner on Rama IV Road in Bangkok Sunday. Thai troops and anti government protesters clashed on Rama IV Road again Sunday afternoon in a series of running battles. Troops fired into the air and unidentified snipers shot at pedestrians on the sidewalks. At one point Sunday the government said it was going to impose a curfew only to rescind the announcement hours later. The situation in Bangkok continues to deteriorate as protests spread beyond the area of the Red Shirts stage at Ratchaprasong Intersection. Many protests now involve people who have not been active in the Red Shirt protests and live in the vicinity of Khlong Toei slum and Rama IV Road. Red Shirt leaders have called for a cease fire, but the government indicated that it is going to go ahead with operations to isolate the Red Shirt camp and clear the streets.      PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 16 MAY 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Anti government protesters on Rama IV Road take cover behind barricades and look for unidentified snipers opening fire on them Sunday. Thai troops and anti government protesters clashed on Rama IV Road again Sunday afternoon in a series of running battles. Troops fired into the air and unidentified snipers shot at pedestrians on the sidewalks. At one point Sunday the government said it was going to impose a curfew only to rescind the announcement hours later. The situation in Bangkok continues to deteriorate as protests spread beyond the area of the Red Shirts stage at Ratchaprasong Intersection. Many protests now involve people who have not been active in the Red Shirt protests and live in the vicinity of Khlong Toei slum and Rama IV Road. Red Shirt leaders have called for a cease fire, but the government indicated that it is going to go ahead with operations to isolate the Red Shirt camp and clear the streets.      PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 16 MAY 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Motorcycle taxis help residents along Rama IV Road evacuate the area ahead of an expected Thai army assault Sunday. Thai troops and anti government protesters clashed on Rama IV Road again Sunday afternoon in a series of running battles. Troops fired into the air and unidentified snipers shot at pedestrians on the sidewalks. At one point Sunday the government said it was going to impose a curfew only to rescind the announcement hours later. The situation in Bangkok continues to deteriorate as protests spread beyond the area of the Red Shirts stage at Ratchaprasong Intersection. Many protests now involve people who have not been active in the Red Shirt protests and live in the vicinity of Khlong Toei slum and Rama IV Road. Red Shirt leaders have called for a cease fire, but the government indicated that it is going to go ahead with operations to isolate the Red Shirt camp and clear the streets.      PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 16 MAY 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: A motorcycle taxi looks for fares in front of a burning tire barricade on Rama IV Road Sunday. Thai troops and anti government protesters clashed on Rama IV Road again Sunday afternoon in a series of running battles. Troops fired into the air and unidentified snipers shot at pedestrians on the sidewalks. At one point Sunday the government said it was going to impose a curfew only to rescind the announcement hours later. The situation in Bangkok continues to deteriorate as protests spread beyond the area of the Red Shirts stage at Ratchaprasong Intersection. Many protests now involve people who have not been active in the Red Shirt protests and live in the vicinity of Khlong Toei slum and Rama IV Road. Red Shirt leaders have called for a cease fire, but the government indicated that it is going to go ahead with operations to isolate the Red Shirt camp and clear the streets.      PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 16 MAY 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Anti government protesters reinforce a burning tire barricade on Rama IV Road Sunday. Thai troops and anti government protesters clashed on Rama IV Road again Sunday afternoon in a series of running battles. Troops fired into the air and unidentified snipers shot at pedestrians on the sidewalks. At one point Sunday the government said it was going to impose a curfew only to rescind the announcement hours later. The situation in Bangkok continues to deteriorate as protests spread beyond the area of the Red Shirts stage at Ratchaprasong Intersection. Many protests now involve people who have not been active in the Red Shirt protests and live in the vicinity of Khlong Toei slum and Rama IV Road. Red Shirt leaders have called for a cease fire, but the government indicated that it is going to go ahead with operations to isolate the Red Shirt camp and clear the streets.      PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 16 MAY 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Smoke rises over the Bangkok skyline from burning tire barricades along Rama IV Road near Lumpini boxing stadium Sunday. Thai troops and anti government protesters clashed on Rama IV Road again Sunday afternoon in a series of running battles. Troops fired into the air and unidentified snipers shot at pedestrians on the sidewalks. At one point Sunday the government said it was going to impose a curfew only to rescind the announcement hours later. The situation in Bangkok continues to deteriorate as protests spread beyond the area of the Red Shirts stage at Ratchaprasong Intersection. Many protests now involve people who have not been active in the Red Shirt protests and live in the vicinity of Khlong Toei slum and Rama IV Road. Red Shirt leaders have called for a cease fire, but the government indicated that it is going to go ahead with operations to isolate the Red Shirt camp and clear the streets.      PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 16 MAY 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Anti government protesters reinforce a burning tire barricade on Rama IV Road Sunday. Thai troops and anti government protesters clashed on Rama IV Road again Sunday afternoon in a series of running battles. Troops fired into the air and unidentified snipers shot at pedestrians on the sidewalks. At one point Sunday the government said it was going to impose a curfew only to rescind the announcement hours later. The situation in Bangkok continues to deteriorate as protests spread beyond the area of the Red Shirts stage at Ratchaprasong Intersection. Many protests now involve people who have not been active in the Red Shirt protests and live in the vicinity of Khlong Toei slum and Rama IV Road. Red Shirt leaders have called for a cease fire, but the government indicated that it is going to go ahead with operations to isolate the Red Shirt camp and clear the streets.      PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 16 MAY 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Anti government protesters reinforce a burning tire barricade on Rama IV Road Sunday. Thai troops and anti government protesters clashed on Rama IV Road again Sunday afternoon in a series of running battles. Troops fired into the air and unidentified snipers shot at pedestrians on the sidewalks. At one point Sunday the government said it was going to impose a curfew only to rescind the announcement hours later. The situation in Bangkok continues to deteriorate as protests spread beyond the area of the Red Shirts stage at Ratchaprasong Intersection. Many protests now involve people who have not been active in the Red Shirt protests and live in the vicinity of Khlong Toei slum and Rama IV Road. Red Shirt leaders have called for a cease fire, but the government indicated that it is going to go ahead with operations to isolate the Red Shirt camp and clear the streets.      PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 16 MAY 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: A Thai paramedic does her hair between runs to pick up people shot by unidentified snipers on Rama IV Road. Thai troops and anti government protesters clashed on Rama IV Road again Sunday afternoon in a series of running battles. Troops fired into the air and unidentified snipers shot at pedestrians on the sidewalks. At one point Sunday the government said it was going to impose a curfew only to rescind the announcement hours later. The situation in Bangkok continues to deteriorate as protests spread beyond the area of the Red Shirts stage at Ratchaprasong Intersection. Many protests now involve people who have not been active in the Red Shirt protests and live in the vicinity of Khlong Toei slum and Rama IV Road. Red Shirt leaders have called for a cease fire, but the government indicated that it is going to go ahead with operations to isolate the Red Shirt camp and clear the streets.      PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 16 MAY 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: A Thai woman who collapsed at an anti government barricade on Rama IV Road is put into an ambulance for transport to a hospital Sunday. (She was not shot.)  Thai troops and anti government protesters clashed on Rama IV Road again Sunday afternoon in a series of running battles. Troops fired into the air and unidentified snipers shot at pedestrians on the sidewalks. At one point Sunday the government said it was going to impose a curfew only to rescind the announcement hours later. The situation in Bangkok continues to deteriorate as protests spread beyond the area of the Red Shirts stage at Ratchaprasong Intersection. Many protests now involve people who have not been active in the Red Shirt protests and live in the vicinity of Khlong Toei slum and Rama IV Road. Red Shirt leaders have called for a cease fire, but the government indicated that it is going to go ahead with operations to isolate the Red Shirt camp and clear the streets.      PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 16 MAY 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: A Thai woman who collapsed at an anti government barricade on Rama IV Road is put into an ambulance for transport to a hospital Sunday. (She was not shot.)  Thai troops and anti government protesters clashed on Rama IV Road again Sunday afternoon in a series of running battles. Troops fired into the air and unidentified snipers shot at pedestrians on the sidewalks. At one point Sunday the government said it was going to impose a curfew only to rescind the announcement hours later. The situation in Bangkok continues to deteriorate as protests spread beyond the area of the Red Shirts stage at Ratchaprasong Intersection. Many protests now involve people who have not been active in the Red Shirt protests and live in the vicinity of Khlong Toei slum and Rama IV Road. Red Shirt leaders have called for a cease fire, but the government indicated that it is going to go ahead with operations to isolate the Red Shirt camp and clear the streets.      PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 16 MAY 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: A Thai soldier stands in front of a poster of wanted Red Shirt leaders at an army checkpoint on Sukhumvit Road at Soi 2 Sunday. Thai troops and anti government protesters clashed on Rama IV Road again Sunday afternoon in a series of running battles. Troops fired into the air and unidentified snipers shot at pedestrians on the sidewalks. At one point Sunday the government said it was going to impose a curfew only to rescind the announcement hours later. The situation in Bangkok continues to deteriorate as protests spread beyond the area of the Red Shirts stage at Ratchaprasong Intersection. Many protests now involve people who have not been active in the Red Shirt protests and live in the area of Rama IV. Red Shirt leaders have called for a cease fire, but the government indicated that it is going to go ahead with operations to isolate the Red Shirt camp and clear the streets.      PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 16 MAY 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: A bicyclist pedals up Rama IV Road while burning tire barricades put up plumes of smoke Sunday. Thai troops and anti government protesters clashed on Rama IV Road again Sunday afternoon in a series of running battles. Troops fired into the air and unidentified snipers shot at pedestrians on the sidewalks. At one point Sunday the government said it was going to impose a curfew only to rescind the announcement hours later. The situation in Bangkok continues to deteriorate as protests spread beyond the area of the Red Shirts stage at Ratchaprasong Intersection. Many protests now involve people who have not been active in the Red Shirt protests and live in the vicinity of Khlong Toei slum and Rama IV Road. Red Shirt leaders have called for a cease fire, but the government indicated that it is going to go ahead with operations to isolate the Red Shirt camp and clear the streets.      PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 16 MAY 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Motorcycle taxis help residents along Rama IV Road evacuate the area ahead of an expected Thai army assault Sunday. Thai troops and anti government protesters clashed on Rama IV Road again Sunday afternoon in a series of running battles. Troops fired into the air and unidentified snipers shot at pedestrians on the sidewalks. At one point Sunday the government said it was going to impose a curfew only to rescind the announcement hours later. The situation in Bangkok continues to deteriorate as protests spread beyond the area of the Red Shirts stage at Ratchaprasong Intersection. Many protests now involve people who have not been active in the Red Shirt protests and live in the vicinity of Khlong Toei slum and Rama IV Road. Red Shirt leaders have called for a cease fire, but the government indicated that it is going to go ahead with operations to isolate the Red Shirt camp and clear the streets.      PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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