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  • 29 MAY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: General SOMYOT POOMPANMOUNG, deputy national police chief of Thailand, thanks soldiers for their work securing Victory Monument. More than 1,300 soldiers and police were used to prevent an outbreak of protests at the Monument.  After a series of protests around Victory Monument earlier in the week, the Thai army Thursday shut down vehicle access to the area, one of the main intersections in Bangkok, and kept people out of the area. Thousands of soldiers surrounded the Monument and effectively locked the area down. There were no protests at Victory Monument for the first time in the week since the coup deposed the elected civilian government.   PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 29 MAY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: General SOMYOT POOMPANMOUNG, deputy national police chief of Thailand, inspects Thai soldiers on duty around Victory Monument. More than 1,300 soldiers and police were used to prevent an outbreak of protests at the Monument.  After a series of protests around Victory Monument earlier in the week, the Thai army Thursday shut down vehicle access to the area, one of the main intersections in Bangkok, and kept people out of the area. Thousands of soldiers surrounded the Monument and effectively locked the area down. There were no protests at Victory Monument for the first time in the week since the coup deposed the elected civilian government.   PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 29 MAY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND:  A Thai soldier watches traffic in Victory Monument during a military operation to shut the Monument down. After a series of protests around Victory Monument earlier in the week, the Thai army Thursday shut down vehicle access to the area, one of the main intersections in Bangkok, and kept people out of the area. Thousands of soldiers surrounded the Monument and effectively locked the area down. There were no protests at Victory Monument for the first time in the week since the coup deposed the elected civilian government.  PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 29 MAY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: General SOMYOT POOMPANMOUNG, deputy national police chief of Thailand, thanks soldiers for their work securing Victory Monument. More than 1,300 soldiers and police were used to prevent an outbreak of protests at the Monument.  After a series of protests around Victory Monument earlier in the week, the Thai army Thursday shut down vehicle access to the area, one of the main intersections in Bangkok, and kept people out of the area. Thousands of soldiers surrounded the Monument and effectively locked the area down. There were no protests at Victory Monument for the first time in the week since the coup deposed the elected civilian government.   PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 29 MAY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND:  A Thai soldier watches traffic in Victory Monument during a military operation to shut the Monument down. After a series of protests around Victory Monument earlier in the week, the Thai army Thursday shut down vehicle access to the area, one of the main intersections in Bangkok, and kept people out of the area. Thousands of soldiers surrounded the Monument and effectively locked the area down. There were no protests at Victory Monument for the first time in the week since the coup deposed the elected civilian government.  PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 29 MAY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND:  Police trucks around Victory Monument in Bangkok. After a series of protests around Victory Monument earlier in the week, the Thai army Thursday shut down vehicle access to the area, one of the main intersections in Bangkok, and kept people out of the area. Thousands of soldiers surrounded the Monument and effectively locked the area down. There were no protests at Victory Monument for the first time in the week since the coup deposed the elected civilian government.  PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 29 MAY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Thai soldiers line the road around Victory Monument. After a series of protests around Victory Monument earlier in the week, the Thai army Thursday shut down vehicle access to the area, one of the main intersections in Bangkok, and kept people out of the area. Thousands of soldiers surrounded the Monument and effectively locked the area down. There were no protests at Victory Monument for the first time in the week since the coup deposed the elected civilian government.   PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 29 MAY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Thai soldiers line the road around Victory Monument. After a series of protests around Victory Monument earlier in the week, the Thai army Thursday shut down vehicle access to the area, one of the main intersections in Bangkok, and kept people out of the area. Thousands of soldiers surrounded the Monument and effectively locked the area down. There were no protests at Victory Monument for the first time in the week since the coup deposed the elected civilian government.   PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 29 MAY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: A Thai soldier buys a soft drink for a convenience store while on duty at Victory Monument. After a series of protests around Victory Monument earlier in the week, the Thai army Thursday shut down vehicle access to the area, one of the main intersections in Bangkok, and kept people out of the area. Thousands of soldiers surrounded the Monument and effectively locked the area down. There were no protests at Victory Monument for the first time in the week since the coup deposed the elected civilian government.   PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 29 MAY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Thai soldiers line the road around Victory Monument. After a series of protests around Victory Monument earlier in the week, the Thai army Thursday shut down vehicle access to the area, one of the main intersections in Bangkok, and kept people out of the area. Thousands of soldiers surrounded the Monument and effectively locked the area down. There were no protests at Victory Monument for the first time in the week since the coup deposed the elected civilian government.   PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 29 MAY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Thai soldiers line the road around Victory Monument. After a series of protests around Victory Monument earlier in the week, the Thai army Thursday shut down vehicle access to the area, one of the main intersections in Bangkok, and kept people out of the area. Thousands of soldiers surrounded the Monument and effectively locked the area down. There were no protests at Victory Monument for the first time in the week since the coup deposed the elected civilian government.   PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 29 MAY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Thai soldiers line the road around Victory Monument. After a series of protests around Victory Monument earlier in the week, the Thai army Thursday shut down vehicle access to the area, one of the main intersections in Bangkok, and kept people out of the area. Thousands of soldiers surrounded the Monument and effectively locked the area down. There were no protests at Victory Monument for the first time in the week since the coup deposed the elected civilian government.   PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 29 MAY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Thai soldiers line the road around Victory Monument. After a series of protests around Victory Monument earlier in the week, the Thai army Thursday shut down vehicle access to the area, one of the main intersections in Bangkok, and kept people out of the area. Thousands of soldiers surrounded the Monument and effectively locked the area down. There were no protests at Victory Monument for the first time in the week since the coup deposed the elected civilian government.   PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 29 MAY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Thai soldiers line the road around Victory Monument. After a series of protests around Victory Monument earlier in the week, the Thai army Thursday shut down vehicle access to the area, one of the main intersections in Bangkok, and kept people out of the area. Thousands of soldiers surrounded the Monument and effectively locked the area down. There were no protests at Victory Monument for the first time in the week since the coup deposed the elected civilian government.   PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 29 MAY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Thai soldiers accept water from a woman while they line the road around Victory Monument. After a series of protests around Victory Monument earlier in the week, the Thai army Thursday shut down vehicle access to the area, one of the main intersections in Bangkok, and kept people out of the area. Thousands of soldiers surrounded the Monument and effectively locked the area down. There were no protests at Victory Monument for the first time in the week since the coup deposed the elected civilian government.   PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 29 MAY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND:  Thai soldiers line the road around Victory Monument. After a series of protests around Victory Monument earlier in the week, the Thai army Thursday shut down vehicle access to the area, one of the main intersections in Bangkok, and kept people out of the area. Thousands of soldiers surrounded the Monument and effectively locked the area down. There were no protests at Victory Monument for the first time in the week since the coup deposed the elected civilian government.  PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 29 MAY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Thai soldiers patrol the skywalk at the Victory Monument BTS Skytrain station. After a series of protests around Victory Monument earlier in the week, the Thai army Thursday shut down vehicle access to the area, one of the main intersections in Bangkok, and kept people out of the area. Thousands of soldiers surrounded the Monument and effectively locked the area down. There were no protests at Victory Monument for the first time in the week since the coup deposed the elected civilian government.   PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 29 MAY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Thai police and military march through Victory Monument. After a series of protests around Victory Monument earlier in the week, the Thai army Thursday shut down vehicle access to the area, one of the main intersections in Bangkok, and kept people out of the area. Thousands of soldiers surrounded the Monument and effectively locked the area down. There were no protests at Victory Monument for the first time in the week since the coup deposed the elected civilian government.   PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 29 MAY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND:  Thai soldiers line the road around Victory Monument. After a series of protests around Victory Monument earlier in the week, the Thai army Thursday shut down vehicle access to the area, one of the main intersections in Bangkok, and kept people out of the area. Thousands of soldiers surrounded the Monument and effectively locked the area down. There were no protests at Victory Monument for the first time in the week since the coup deposed the elected civilian government.  PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 29 MAY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND:  Thai soldiers line the road around Victory Monument. After a series of protests around Victory Monument earlier in the week, the Thai army Thursday shut down vehicle access to the area, one of the main intersections in Bangkok, and kept people out of the area. Thousands of soldiers surrounded the Monument and effectively locked the area down. There were no protests at Victory Monument for the first time in the week since the coup deposed the elected civilian government.  PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 29 MAY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND:  Thai soldiers line the road around Victory Monument. After a series of protests around Victory Monument earlier in the week, the Thai army Thursday shut down vehicle access to the area, one of the main intersections in Bangkok, and kept people out of the area. Thousands of soldiers surrounded the Monument and effectively locked the area down. There were no protests at Victory Monument for the first time in the week since the coup deposed the elected civilian government.  PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 29 MAY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Thai soldiers block access to the escalator that goes to the BTS Skytrain station in Victory Monument. After a series of protests around Victory Monument earlier in the week, the Thai army Thursday shut down vehicle access to the area, one of the main intersections in Bangkok, and kept people out of the area. Thousands of soldiers surrounded the Monument and effectively locked the area down. There were no protests at Victory Monument for the first time in the week since the coup deposed the elected civilian government.   PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 29 MAY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: A Thai street vendor hauls away her shop after police ordered her and other street vendors to leave the area around Victory Monument. After a series of protests around Victory Monument earlier in the week, the Thai army Thursday shut down vehicle access to the area, one of the main intersections in Bangkok, and kept people out of the area. Thousands of soldiers surrounded the Monument and effectively locked the area down. There were no protests at Victory Monument for the first time in the week since the coup deposed the elected civilian government.   PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 31 MAY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Thai police stand at Victory Monument in Bangkok. Victory Monument has been the principal gathering spot for anti-coup protests since a military coup deposed the elected government on May 22. Victory Monument was quiet Saturday with hundreds of police and military stationed around it to dissuade protestors. Bangkok was mostly quiet Saturday. There were only a few isolated protests against the coup and military government.    PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 31 MAY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND:  A Buddhist monk stands in the skywalk at Victory Monument in Bangkok. Victory Monument has been the principal gathering spot for anti-coup protests since a military coup deposed the elected government on May 22. Victory Monument was quiet Saturday with hundreds of police and military stationed around it to dissuade protestors. Bangkok was mostly quiet Saturday. There were only a few isolated protests against the coup and military government.   PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 29 MAY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Thai police lead away a suspected member of the Red Shirts, a group that supports the elected civilian government and opposed the coup. After a series of protests around Victory Monument earlier in the week, the Thai army Thursday shut down vehicle access to the area, one of the main intersections in Bangkok, and kept people out of the area. Thousands of soldiers surrounded the Monument and effectively locked the area down. There were no protests at Victory Monument for the first time in the week since the coup deposed the elected civilian government.   PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 27 MAY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Two women and a "katoey" or ladyboy, at Victory Monument in Bangkok protest against the coup. Several hundred people protested against the coup in Bangkok at Victory Monument. It was the fourth straight day of pro-democracy rallies in the Thai capital as the army continued to tighten its grip on Thai life. The protest Tuesday was the smallest so far.     PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 27 MAY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: A woman hands canned soft drinks and energy drinks to Thai soldiers stationed at Victory Monument. It's not unusual for supporters of the military to bring flowers and drinks to soldiers stationed on the street. Authorities announced Tuesday that at least one beverage given to a soldier was tampered with and poisoned. An investigation into the tampered drink is ongoing. Several hundred people protested against the coup in Bangkok at Victory Monument. It was the fourth straight day of pro-democracy rallies in the Thai capital as the army continued to tighten its grip on Thai life. The protest Tuesday was the smallest so far.     PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 27 MAY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: A woman hands canned soft drinks and energy drinks to Thai soldiers stationed at Victory Monument. It's not unusual for supporters of the military to bring flowers and drinks to soldiers stationed on the street. Authorities announced Tuesday that at least one beverage given to a soldier was tampered with and poisoned. An investigation into the tampered drink is ongoing. Several hundred people protested against the coup in Bangkok at Victory Monument. It was the fourth straight day of pro-democracy rallies in the Thai capital as the army continued to tighten its grip on Thai life. The protest Tuesday was the smallest so far.     PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 27 MAY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: A "katoey" or ladyboy, at Victory Monument in Bangkok protests against the coup. Several hundred people protested against the coup in Bangkok at Victory Monument. It was the fourth straight day of pro-democracy rallies in the Thai capital as the army continued to tighten its grip on Thai life. The protest Tuesday was the smallest so far.     PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 27 MAY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Thai soldiers on duty in Victory Monument during an anti-coup protest. Several hundred people protested against the coup in Bangkok at Victory Monument. It was the fourth straight day of pro-democracy rallies in the Thai capital as the army continued to tighten its grip on Thai life. The protest Tuesday was the smallest so far.     PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 19 JANUARY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Thai police search a neighborhood where people who are thought to have thrown grenades at an anti-government protest site near Victory Monument. Twenty-eight people were injured in the blasts. Hundreds of people came to Benjasiri Park, a few hundred meters from the anti-government protest site in Asok Intersection, Sunday evening to pray for peace and rally for a respect for democracy Sunday. The vigil took place a few hours after a two explosive devices, thought to be grenades, were thrown at the protest site near Victory Monument, several kilometers north of Asok. The grenade attack Sunday was the 2nd daytime grenade attack in three days on anti-government protestors. No arrests have been made in the incidents.    PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 19 JANUARY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND:  An anti-government protestor searches a neighborhood near Victory Monument for the people who threw grenades at protestors. Twenty-eight people were injured in the blasts. Hundreds of people came to Benjasiri Park, a few hundred meters from the anti-government protest site in Asok Intersection, Sunday evening to pray for peace and rally for a respect for democracy Sunday. The vigil took place a few hours after a two explosive devices, thought to be grenades, were thrown at the protest site near Victory Monument, several kilometers north of Asok. The grenade attack Sunday was the 2nd daytime grenade attack in three days on anti-government protestors. No arrests have been made in the incidents.   PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 19 JANUARY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND:  An anti-government protestor searches a neighborhood near Victory Monument for the people who threw grenades at protestors. Twenty-eight people were injured in the blasts. Hundreds of people came to Benjasiri Park, a few hundred meters from the anti-government protest site in Asok Intersection, Sunday evening to pray for peace and rally for a respect for democracy Sunday. The vigil took place a few hours after a two explosive devices, thought to be grenades, were thrown at the protest site near Victory Monument, several kilometers north of Asok. The grenade attack Sunday was the 2nd daytime grenade attack in three days on anti-government protestors. No arrests have been made in the incidents.   PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 19 JANUARY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND:  A Buddhist monk looks at scene at Victory Monument after unknown assailants threw grenades at anti-government protestors. Twenty-eight people were injured in the blasts. Hundreds of people came to Benjasiri Park, a few hundred meters from the anti-government protest site in Asok Intersection, Sunday evening to pray for peace and rally for a respect for democracy Sunday. The vigil took place a few hours after a two explosive devices, thought to be grenades, were thrown at the protest site near Victory Monument, several kilometers north of Asok. The grenade attack Sunday was the 2nd daytime grenade attack in three days on anti-government protestors. No arrests have been made in the incidents.   PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 27 MAY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: A Thai man brings roses to soldiers stationed at Victory Monument in Bangkok. It's not unusual for supporters of the military to bring flowers and drinks to soldiers stationed on the street. Several hundred people protested against the coup in Bangkok at Victory Monument. It was the fourth straight day of pro-democracy rallies in the Thai capital as the army continued to tighten its grip on Thai life. The protest Tuesday was the smallest so far.     PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 27 MAY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: A man protests at Victory Monument in Bangkok protests against the coup. Several hundred people protested against the coup in Bangkok at Victory Monument. It was the fourth straight day of pro-democracy rallies in the Thai capital as the army continued to tighten its grip on Thai life. The protest Tuesday was the smallest so far.     PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 27 MAY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: A "katoey" or ladyboy, at Victory Monument in Bangkok protests against the coup. Several hundred people protested against the coup in Bangkok at Victory Monument. It was the fourth straight day of pro-democracy rallies in the Thai capital as the army continued to tighten its grip on Thai life. The protest Tuesday was the smallest so far.     PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 27 MAY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Thai soldiers on duty in Victory Monument during an anti-coup protest. Several hundred people protested against the coup in Bangkok at Victory Monument. It was the fourth straight day of pro-democracy rallies in the Thai capital as the army continued to tighten its grip on Thai life. The protest Tuesday was the smallest so far.     PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 26 MAY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND:  Thai soldiers on duty around Victory Monument after an anti-coup protest broke up. About two thousand people protested against the coup in Bangkok. It was the third straight day of large pro-democracy rallies in the Thai capital as the army continued to tighten its grip on Thai life.  PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 26 MAY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND:  Thai soldiers on duty around Victory Monument after an anti-coup protest broke up. About two thousand people protested against the coup in Bangkok. It was the third straight day of large pro-democracy rallies in the Thai capital as the army continued to tighten its grip on Thai life.  PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 26 MAY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: A man kneels on the roadway on Phaya Thai Road during a protest against the coup in Thailand at Victory Monument during a pro-democracy rally in Bangkok. About two thousand people protested against the coup in Bangkok. It was the third straight day of large pro-democracy rallies in the Thai capital as the army continued to tighten its grip on Thai life.   PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 26 MAY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Photographers make pictures of a Thai woman who collapsed crying during a protest against the coup in Thailand at Victory Monument during a pro-democracy rally in Bangkok. About two thousand people protested against the coup in Bangkok. It was the third straight day of large pro-democracy rallies in the Thai capital as the army continued to tighten its grip on Thai life.   PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 26 MAY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Women taunt riot police during a protest against the coup in Thailand at Victory Monument during a pro-democracy rally in Bangkok. About two thousand people protested against the coup in Bangkok. It was the third straight day of large pro-democracy rallies in the Thai capital as the army continued to tighten its grip on Thai life.   PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 26 MAY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: A woman protests against the coup in Thailand at Victory Monument during a pro-democracy rally in Bangkok. About two thousand people protested against the coup in Bangkok. It was the third straight day of large pro-democracy rallies in the Thai capital as the army continued to tighten its grip on Thai life.   PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 16 AUGUST 2015 - BANGKOK, THAILAND:  People sit in a bus shelter decorated with a royal advertisement on Phayathai Road at Victory Monument during the ''Ride for Mom'' in Bangkok. More than 100,000 people across Thailand participated in the Bike For Mom event in honor of Queen Sirikit, who celebrated her 83rd birthday August 12. In Bangkok, the ride was led by His Royal Highness Crown Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn, the Crown Prince of Thailand and Sirikit's only son. Queen Sirikit, who is in poor health and living in a hospital, was unable to attend the bike ride.    PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 16 AUGUST 2015 - BANGKOK, THAILAND:  A man waves a ''Ride For Mom'' flag on Phayathai Road at Victory Monument during the ''Ride for Mom'' in Bangkok. More than 100,000 people across Thailand participated in the Bike For Mom event in honor of Queen Sirikit, who celebrated her 83rd birthday August 12. In Bangkok, the ride was led by His Royal Highness Crown Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn, the Crown Prince of Thailand and Sirikit's only son. Queen Sirikit, who is in poor health and living in a hospital, was unable to attend the bike ride.    PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 16 AUGUST 2015 - BANGKOK, THAILAND:  A man waves a ''Ride For Mom'' flag on Phayathai Road at Victory Monument during the ''Ride for Mom'' in Bangkok. More than 100,000 people across Thailand participated in the Bike For Mom event in honor of Queen Sirikit, who celebrated her 83rd birthday August 12. In Bangkok, the ride was led by His Royal Highness Crown Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn, the Crown Prince of Thailand and Sirikit's only son. Queen Sirikit, who is in poor health and living in a hospital, was unable to attend the bike ride.    PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 26 MAY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND:  Thai soldiers on duty around Victory Monument after an anti-coup protest broke up. About two thousand people protested against the coup in Bangkok. It was the third straight day of large pro-democracy rallies in the Thai capital as the army continued to tighten its grip on Thai life.  PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 26 MAY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND:  Thais protest against the coup in Thailand at Victory Monument during a pro-democracy rally in Bangkok. About two thousand people protested against the coup in Bangkok. It was the third straight day of large pro-democracy rallies in the Thai capital as the army continued to tighten its grip on Thai life.  PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 26 MAY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Thai soldiers walk around Victory Monument after an anti-coup protest broke up. About two thousand people protested against the coup in Bangkok. It was the third straight day of large pro-democracy rallies in the Thai capital as the army continued to tighten its grip on Thai life.   PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 26 MAY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND:  Thai soldiers on duty around Victory Monument after an anti-coup protest broke up. About two thousand people protested against the coup in Bangkok. It was the third straight day of large pro-democracy rallies in the Thai capital as the army continued to tighten its grip on Thai life.  PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 26 MAY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND:  Women dance with traffic cones on their heads on Phaya Thai Road during a protest against the coup in Thailand at Victory Monument during a pro-democracy rally in Bangkok. Traffic cones have emerged as a symbol of the pro-democracy movement because guards from the anti-government forces protesting in Bangkok beat and hospitalized several people who moved traffic cones the guards put out. About two thousand people protested against the coup in Bangkok. It was the third straight day of large pro-democracy rallies in the Thai capital as the army continued to tighten its grip on Thai life.  PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 26 MAY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: A woman protests against the coup in Thailand at Victory Monument during a pro-democracy rally in Bangkok. About two thousand people protested against the coup in Bangkok. It was the third straight day of large pro-democracy rallies in the Thai capital as the army continued to tighten its grip on Thai life.   PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 26 MAY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: A man kneels on the roadway on Phaya Thai Road during a protest against the coup in Thailand at Victory Monument during a pro-democracy rally in Bangkok. About two thousand people protested against the coup in Bangkok. It was the third straight day of large pro-democracy rallies in the Thai capital as the army continued to tighten its grip on Thai life.   PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 26 MAY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: A man kneels on the roadway on Phaya Thai Road during a protest against the coup in Thailand at Victory Monument during a pro-democracy rally in Bangkok. About two thousand people protested against the coup in Bangkok. It was the third straight day of large pro-democracy rallies in the Thai capital as the army continued to tighten its grip on Thai life.   PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 26 MAY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Thai women collapse on Phaya Thai Road during a protest against the coup in Thailand at Victory Monument during a pro-democracy rally in Bangkok. About two thousand people protested against the coup in Bangkok. It was the third straight day of large pro-democracy rallies in the Thai capital as the army continued to tighten its grip on Thai life.   PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 26 MAY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Thai women collapse on Phaya Thai Road during a protest against the coup in Thailand at Victory Monument during a pro-democracy rally in Bangkok. About two thousand people protested against the coup in Bangkok. It was the third straight day of large pro-democracy rallies in the Thai capital as the army continued to tighten its grip on Thai life.   PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 26 MAY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Thai women wail and scream during a protest against the coup in Thailand at Victory Monument during a pro-democracy rally in Bangkok. About two thousand people protested against the coup in Bangkok. It was the third straight day of large pro-democracy rallies in the Thai capital as the army continued to tighten its grip on Thai life.   PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 26 MAY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Thai women wail and scream during a protest against the coup in Thailand at Victory Monument during a pro-democracy rally in Bangkok. About two thousand people protested against the coup in Bangkok. It was the third straight day of large pro-democracy rallies in the Thai capital as the army continued to tighten its grip on Thai life.   PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 26 MAY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Thai women wail and scream during a protest against the coup in Thailand at Victory Monument during a pro-democracy rally in Bangkok. About two thousand people protested against the coup in Bangkok. It was the third straight day of large pro-democracy rallies in the Thai capital as the army continued to tighten its grip on Thai life.   PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 26 MAY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Thai women wail and scream during a protest against the coup in Thailand at Victory Monument during a pro-democracy rally in Bangkok. About two thousand people protested against the coup in Bangkok. It was the third straight day of large pro-democracy rallies in the Thai capital as the army continued to tighten its grip on Thai life.   PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 26 MAY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: People taunt riot police during a protest against the coup in Thailand at Victory Monument during a pro-democracy rally in Bangkok. About two thousand people protested against the coup in Bangkok. It was the third straight day of large pro-democracy rallies in the Thai capital as the army continued to tighten its grip on Thai life.   PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 26 MAY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND:  A man stands in front of soldiers protesting against the coup in Thailand at Victory Monument during a pro-democracy rally in Bangkok. About two thousand people protested against the coup in Bangkok. It was the third straight day of large pro-democracy rallies in the Thai capital as the army continued to tighten its grip on Thai life.    PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 26 MAY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND:   A woman stands in front of riot police protesting against the coup in Thailand at Victory Monument during a pro-democracy rally in Bangkok. About two thousand people protested against the coup in Bangkok. It was the third straight day of large pro-democracy rallies in the Thai capital as the army continued to tighten its grip on Thai life.   PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 26 MAY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND:   A woman stands in front of riot police protesting against the coup in Thailand at Victory Monument during a pro-democracy rally in Bangkok. About two thousand people protested against the coup in Bangkok. It was the third straight day of large pro-democracy rallies in the Thai capital as the army continued to tighten its grip on Thai life.   PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 26 MAY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: A woman hugs riot police during a protest against the coup in Thailand at Victory Monument during a pro-democracy rally in Bangkok. About two thousand people protested against the coup in Bangkok. It was the third straight day of large pro-democracy rallies in the Thai capital as the army continued to tighten its grip on Thai life.   PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 26 MAY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Police line up during a protest against the coup in Thailand at Victory Monument during a pro-democracy rally in Bangkok. About two thousand people protested against the coup in Bangkok. It was the third straight day of large pro-democracy rallies in the Thai capital as the army continued to tighten its grip on Thai life.   PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 26 MAY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: A woman taunts riot police during a protest against the coup in Thailand at Victory Monument during a pro-democracy rally in Bangkok. About two thousand people protested against the coup in Bangkok. It was the third straight day of large pro-democracy rallies in the Thai capital as the army continued to tighten its grip on Thai life.   PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 26 MAY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND:  A man stands in front of riot police protesting against the coup in Thailand at Victory Monument during a pro-democracy rally in Bangkok. About two thousand people protested against the coup in Bangkok. It was the third straight day of large pro-democracy rallies in the Thai capital as the army continued to tighten its grip on Thai life.  PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 26 MAY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND:  A man stands in front of riot police protesting against the coup in Thailand at Victory Monument during a pro-democracy rally in Bangkok. About two thousand people protested against the coup in Bangkok. It was the third straight day of large pro-democracy rallies in the Thai capital as the army continued to tighten its grip on Thai life.  PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 26 MAY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: People march past a portrait of Bhumibol Adulyadej, the King of Thailand, at Victory Monument during a pro-democracy rally in Bangkok. About two thousand people protested against the coup in Bangkok. It was the third straight day of large pro-democracy rallies in the Thai capital as the army continued to tighten its grip on Thai life.   PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 26 MAY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND:  People march around Victory Monument during a pro-democracy rally in Bangkok. About two thousand people protested against the coup in Bangkok. It was the third straight day of large pro-democracy rallies in the Thai capital as the army continued to tighten its grip on Thai life.  PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 26 MAY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: A man protests against the coup in Thailand at Victory Monument during a pro-democracy rally in Bangkok. About two thousand people protested against the coup in Bangkok. It was the third straight day of large pro-democracy rallies in the Thai capital as the army continued to tighten its grip on Thai life.   PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 26 MAY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND:  A woman protests against the coup in Thailand at Victory Monument during a pro-democracy rally in Bangkok. About two thousand people protested against the coup in Bangkok. It was the third straight day of large pro-democracy rallies in the Thai capital as the army continued to tighten its grip on Thai life.  PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 26 MAY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND:  A woman protests against the coup in Thailand at Victory Monument during a pro-democracy rally in Bangkok. About two thousand people protested against the coup in Bangkok. It was the third straight day of large pro-democracy rallies in the Thai capital as the army continued to tighten its grip on Thai life.  PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 26 MAY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND:  Men protest against the coup in Thailand at Victory Monument during a pro-democracy rally in Bangkok. About two thousand people protested against the coup in Bangkok. It was the third straight day of large pro-democracy rallies in the Thai capital as the army continued to tighten its grip on Thai life.  PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 26 MAY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND:  Men protest against the coup in Thailand at Victory Monument during a pro-democracy rally in Bangkok. About two thousand people protested against the coup in Bangkok. It was the third straight day of large pro-democracy rallies in the Thai capital as the army continued to tighten its grip on Thai life.  PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 26 MAY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND:  Men protest against the coup in Thailand at Victory Monument during a pro-democracy rally in Bangkok. About two thousand people protested against the coup in Bangkok. It was the third straight day of large pro-democracy rallies in the Thai capital as the army continued to tighten its grip on Thai life.  PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 26 MAY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND:  A man protests against the coup in Thailand at Victory Monument during a pro-democracy rally in Bangkok. About two thousand people protested against the coup in Bangkok. It was the third straight day of large pro-democracy rallies in the Thai capital as the army continued to tighten its grip on Thai life.  PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 26 MAY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND:  A man protests against the coup in Thailand at Victory Monument during a pro-democracy rally in Bangkok. About two thousand people protested against the coup in Bangkok. It was the third straight day of large pro-democracy rallies in the Thai capital as the army continued to tighten its grip on Thai life.  PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 26 MAY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND:  A man protests against the coup in Thailand at Victory Monument during a pro-democracy rally in Bangkok. About two thousand people protested against the coup in Bangkok. It was the third straight day of large pro-democracy rallies in the Thai capital as the army continued to tighten its grip on Thai life.  PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 26 MAY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND:  A man protests against the coup in Thailand at Victory Monument during a pro-democracy rally in Bangkok. About two thousand people protested against the coup in Bangkok. It was the third straight day of large pro-democracy rallies in the Thai capital as the army continued to tighten its grip on Thai life.  PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 26 MAY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: A man protests against the coup in Thailand at Victory Monument during a pro-democracy rally in Bangkok. About two thousand people protested against the coup in Bangkok. It was the third straight day of large pro-democracy rallies in the Thai capital as the army continued to tighten its grip on Thai life.   PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 26 MAY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: People march around Victory Monument during a pro-democracy rally in Bangkok. About two thousand people protested against the coup in Bangkok. It was the third straight day of large pro-democracy rallies in the Thai capital as the army continued to tighten its grip on Thai life.   PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 26 MAY 2014 - BANGKOK, THAILAND:    A Thai soldier on duty in the Victory Monument BTS Skytrain station. The station, along with other stations in the area, was shut down Monday afternoon in anticipation of pro-democracy protestors. About two thousand people protested against the coup in Bangkok. It was the third straight day of large pro-democracy rallies in the Thai capital as the army continued to tighten its grip on Thai life.    PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • Apr. 18, 2010 - Bangkok, Thailand: A man takes his daughter away home at the end of a Pink Shirt peace rally in Bangkok Sunday. The girl is carrying a poster of the Thai King, Bhumibol Adulyadej. Thousands of so called "Pink Shirts" jammed the area around Victory Monument in Bangkok to show support the Thai Monarch, King Bhumibol Adulyadej, and against the Red Shirts, who are demonstrating just a few kilometres away in the Ratchaprasong area. The Pink Shirts claim to not support either of the other political factions who wear colors - the Red Shirts, who support deposed Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra and their opponents the Yellow Shirts, who are against Thaksin.   Photo By Jack Kurtz
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  • Apr. 18, 2010 - Bangkok, Thailand: A man and son stand in the sunroof of their car in front of a portrait of Thai King Bhumibol Adulyadej at the end of peace rally in Bangkok Sunday. Thousands of so called "Pink Shirts" jammed the area around Victory Monument in Bangkok to show support the Thai Monarch, King Bhumibol Adulyadej, and against the Red Shirts, who are demonstrating just a few kilometres away in the Ratchaprasong area. The Pink Shirts claim to not support either of the other political factions who wear colors - the Red Shirts, who support deposed Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra and their opponents the Yellow Shirts, who are against Thaksin.   Photo By Jack Kurtz
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  • Apr. 18, 2010 - Bangkok, Thailand: A child waves the Thai flag from the roof of her family's minivan during a peace protest in Bangkok Sunday. Thousands of so called "Pink Shirts" jammed the area around Victory Monument in Bangkok to show support the Thai Monarch, King Bhumibol Adulyadej, and against the Red Shirts, who are demonstrating just a few kilometres away in the Ratchaprasong area. The Pink Shirts claim to not support either of the other political factions who wear colors - the Red Shirts, who support deposed Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra and their opponents the Yellow Shirts, who are against Thaksin.   Photo By Jack Kurtz
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  • Apr. 18, 2010 - Bangkok, Thailand: A woman with a Thai flag head band sings the Thai national anthem at the end of a Pink Shirt peace rally in Bangkok Sunday. Thousands of so called "Pink Shirts" jammed the area around Victory Monument in Bangkok to show support the Thai Monarch, King Bhumibol Adulyadej, and against the Red Shirts, who are demonstrating just a few kilometres away in the Ratchaprasong area. The Pink Shirts claim to not support either of the other political factions who wear colors - the Red Shirts, who support deposed Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra and their opponents the Yellow Shirts, who are against Thaksin.   Photo By Jack Kurtz
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  • Apr. 18, 2010 - Bangkok, Thailand: A woman with a Thai flag head band sings the Thai national anthem at the end of a Pink Shirt peace rally in Bangkok Sunday. Thousands of so called "Pink Shirts" jammed the area around Victory Monument in Bangkok to show support the Thai Monarch, King Bhumibol Adulyadej, and against the Red Shirts, who are demonstrating just a few kilometres away in the Ratchaprasong area. The Pink Shirts claim to not support either of the other political factions who wear colors - the Red Shirts, who support deposed Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra and their opponents the Yellow Shirts, who are against Thaksin.   Photo By Jack Kurtz
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  • Apr. 18, 2010 - Bangkok, Thailand: Thais sing their national anthem at the end of a Pink Shirt peace rally in Bangkok Sunday. Thousands of so called "Pink Shirts" jammed the area around Victory Monument in Bangkok to show support the Thai Monarch, King Bhumibol Adulyadej, and against the Red Shirts, who are demonstrating just a few kilometres away in the Ratchaprasong area. The Pink Shirts claim to not support either of the other political factions who wear colors - the Red Shirts, who support deposed Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra and their opponents the Yellow Shirts, who are against Thaksin.   Photo By Jack Kurtz
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  • Apr. 18, 2010 - Bangkok, Thailand: Thais sing their national anthem at the end of a Pink Shirt peace rally in Bangkok Sunday. Thousands of so called "Pink Shirts" jammed the area around Victory Monument in Bangkok to show support the Thai Monarch, King Bhumibol Adulyadej, and against the Red Shirts, who are demonstrating just a few kilometres away in the Ratchaprasong area. The Pink Shirts claim to not support either of the other political factions who wear colors - the Red Shirts, who support deposed Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra and their opponents the Yellow Shirts, who are against Thaksin.   Photo By Jack Kurtz
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  • Apr. 18, 2010 - Bangkok, Thailand: A Pink Shirt peace protestor shows support for the King of Thailand during a peace rally Sunday. Thousands of so called "Pink Shirts" jammed the area around Victory Monument in Bangkok to show support the Thai Monarch, King Bhumibol Adulyadej, and against the Red Shirts, who are demonstrating just a few kilometres away in the Ratchaprasong area. The Pink Shirts claim to not support either of the other political factions who wear colors - the Red Shirts, who support deposed Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra and their opponents the Yellow Shirts, who are against Thaksin.   Photo By Jack Kurtz
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  • Apr. 18, 2010 - Bangkok, Thailand: A Pink Shirt holds up a photo of Thai King Bhumibol Adulyadej during a peace rally Sunday. Thousands of so called "Pink Shirts" jammed the area around Victory Monument in Bangkok to show support the Thai Monarch, King Bhumibol Adulyadej, and against the Red Shirts, who are demonstrating just a few kilometres away in the Ratchaprasong area. The Pink Shirts claim to not support either of the other political factions who wear colors - the Red Shirts, who support deposed Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra and their opponents the Yellow Shirts, who are against Thaksin.    Photo By Jack Kurtz
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  • Apr. 18, 2010 - Bangkok, Thailand: A Pink Shirt holds up a photo of Thai King Bhumibol Adulyadej during a peace rally Sunday. Thousands of so called "Pink Shirts" jammed the area around Victory Monument in Bangkok to show support the Thai Monarch, King Bhumibol Adulyadej, and against the Red Shirts, who are demonstrating just a few kilometres away in the Ratchaprasong area. The Pink Shirts claim to not support either of the other political factions who wear colors - the Red Shirts, who support deposed Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra and their opponents the Yellow Shirts, who are against Thaksin.    Photo By Jack Kurtz
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  • Apr. 18, 2010 - Bangkok, Thailand: Pink Shirt peace demonstrators hold up photos of the Thai Monarch, King Bhumibol Adulyadej, during a rally against the Red Shirts Sunday. Thousands of so called "Pink Shirts" jammed the area around Victory Monument in Bangkok to show support the Thai Monarch, King Bhumibol Adulyadej, and against the Red Shirts, who are demonstrating just a few kilometres away in the Ratchaprasong area. The Pink Shirts claim to not support either of the other political factions who wear colors - the Red Shirts, who support deposed Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra and their opponents the Yellow Shirts, who are against Thaksin.   Photo By Jack Kurtz
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  • Apr. 18, 2010 - Bangkok, Thailand: A Pink Shirt holds up a photo of Thai King Bhumibol Adulyadej during a peace rally Sunday. Thousands of so called "Pink Shirts" jammed the area around Victory Monument in Bangkok to show support the Thai Monarch, King Bhumibol Adulyadej, and against the Red Shirts, who are demonstrating just a few kilometres away in the Ratchaprasong area. The Pink Shirts claim to not support either of the other political factions who wear colors - the Red Shirts, who support deposed Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra and their opponents the Yellow Shirts, who are against Thaksin.    Photo By Jack Kurtz
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  • Apr. 18, 2010 - Bangkok, Thailand: A Pink Shirt holds up a photo of Thai King Bhumibol Adulyadej during a peace rally Sunday. Thousands of so called "Pink Shirts" jammed the area around Victory Monument in Bangkok to show support the Thai Monarch, King Bhumibol Adulyadej, and against the Red Shirts, who are demonstrating just a few kilometres away in the Ratchaprasong area. The Pink Shirts claim to not support either of the other political factions who wear colors - the Red Shirts, who support deposed Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra and their opponents the Yellow Shirts, who are against Thaksin.    Photo By Jack Kurtz
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  • Apr. 18, 2010 - Bangkok, Thailand: Thousands of so called "Pink Shirts" jammed the area around Victory Monument in Bangkok to show support the Thai Monarch, King Bhumibol Adulyadej, and against the Red Shirts, who are demonstrating just a few kilometres away in the Ratchaprasong area. The Pink Shirts claim to not support either of the other political factions who wear colors - the Red Shirts, who support deposed Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra and their opponents the Yellow Shirts, who are against Thaksin.   Photo By Jack Kurtz
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