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  • 10 MAY 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: The families of people killed in Bangkok street violence April 10 make an offering to the Buddhist monks who led a chanting service during a memorial to mark the one month anniversary of the violence. The Red Shirts held a special memorial service at their main protest site in Ratchaprasong Intersection Monday with Buddhist monks leading chants to mark the one month anniversary of the street violence on April 10 that left 25 dead and more than 800 injured. Thai media is reporting that Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva has given the Red Shirts has given the Red Shirts until the end of today to either accept his "Road Map for Reconciliation" and end the protest or face unspecified consequences widely thought to include a military crackdown.   Photo by Jack Kurtz / ZUMA Press
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  • 10 MAY 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Buddhist monks leave the stage after a memorial service for the people killed in street violence in Bangkok on April 10. The Red Shirts held a special memorial service at their main protest site in Ratchaprasong Intersection Monday with Buddhist monks leading chants to mark the one month anniversary of the street violence on April 10 that left 25 dead and more than 800 injured. Thai media is reporting that Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva has given the Red Shirts has given the Red Shirts until the end of today to either accept his "Road Map for Reconciliation" and end the protest or face unspecified consequences widely thought to include a military crackdown.   Photo by Jack Kurtz / ZUMA Press
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  • 10 MAY 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: A man holds a picture of his son, killed in street violence on April 10 in Bangkok, during a memorial service Monday. The Red Shirts held a special memorial service at their main protest site in Ratchaprasong Intersection Monday with Buddhist monks leading chants to mark the one month anniversary of the street violence on April 10 that left 25 dead and more than 800 injured. Thai media is reporting that Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva has given the Red Shirts has given the Red Shirts until the end of today to either accept his "Road Map for Reconciliation" and end the protest or face unspecified consequences widely thought to include a military crackdown.   Photo by Jack Kurtz / ZUMA Press
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  • 10 MAY 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: The families of people killed in Bangkok street violence April 10 make an offering to the Buddhist monks who led a chanting service during a memorial to mark the one month anniversary of the violence. The Red Shirts held a special memorial service at their main protest site in Ratchaprasong Intersection Monday with Buddhist monks leading chants to mark the one month anniversary of the street violence on April 10 that left 25 dead and more than 800 injured. Thai media is reporting that Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva has given the Red Shirts has given the Red Shirts until the end of today to either accept his "Road Map for Reconciliation" and end the protest or face unspecified consequences widely thought to include a military crackdown.   Photo by Jack Kurtz / ZUMA Press
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  • 10 MAY 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: The families of people killed in Bangkok street violence April 10 make an offering to the Buddhist monks who led a chanting service during a memorial to mark the one month anniversary of the violence. The Red Shirts held a special memorial service at their main protest site in Ratchaprasong Intersection Monday with Buddhist monks leading chants to mark the one month anniversary of the street violence on April 10 that left 25 dead and more than 800 injured. Thai media is reporting that Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva has given the Red Shirts has given the Red Shirts until the end of today to either accept his "Road Map for Reconciliation" and end the protest or face unspecified consequences widely thought to include a military crackdown.   Photo by Jack Kurtz / ZUMA Press
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  • 10 MAY 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Buddhist monks leave the stage after a memorial service for the people killed in street violence in Bangkok on April 10. The Red Shirts held a special memorial service at their main protest site in Ratchaprasong Intersection Monday with Buddhist monks leading chants to mark the one month anniversary of the street violence on April 10 that left 25 dead and more than 800 injured. Thai media is reporting that Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva has given the Red Shirts has given the Red Shirts until the end of today to either accept his "Road Map for Reconciliation" and end the protest or face unspecified consequences widely thought to include a military crackdown.   Photo by Jack Kurtz / ZUMA Press
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  • 10 MAY 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Thais pray during a memorial service for Red Shirts killed in political violence on April 10. The Red Shirts held a special memorial service at their main protest site in Ratchaprasong Intersection Monday with Buddhist monks leading chants to mark the one month anniversary of the street violence on April 10 that left 25 dead and more than 800 injured. Thai media is reporting that Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva has given the Red Shirts has given the Red Shirts until the end of today to either accept his "Road Map for Reconciliation" and end the protest or face unspecified consequences widely thought to include a military crackdown.   Photo by Jack Kurtz / ZUMA Press
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  • 10 MAY 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Thais pray during a memorial service for Red Shirts killed in political violence on April 10. The Red Shirts held a special memorial service at their main protest site in Ratchaprasong Intersection Monday with Buddhist monks leading chants to mark the one month anniversary of the street violence on April 10 that left 25 dead and more than 800 injured. Thai media is reporting that Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva has given the Red Shirts has given the Red Shirts until the end of today to either accept his "Road Map for Reconciliation" and end the protest or face unspecified consequences widely thought to include a military crackdown.   Photo by Jack Kurtz / ZUMA Press
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  • 10 MAY 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: A man holds a picture of his son, killed in street violence on April 10 in Bangkok, during a memorial service Monday. The Red Shirts held a special memorial service at their main protest site in Ratchaprasong Intersection Monday with Buddhist monks leading chants to mark the one month anniversary of the street violence on April 10 that left 25 dead and more than 800 injured. Thai media is reporting that Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva has given the Red Shirts has given the Red Shirts until the end of today to either accept his "Road Map for Reconciliation" and end the protest or face unspecified consequences widely thought to include a military crackdown.   Photo by Jack Kurtz / ZUMA Press
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  • 10 MAY 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: A man holds a picture of his son, killed in street violence on April 10 in Bangkok, during a memorial service Monday. The Red Shirts held a special memorial service at their main protest site in Ratchaprasong Intersection Monday with Buddhist monks leading chants to mark the one month anniversary of the street violence on April 10 that left 25 dead and more than 800 injured. Thai media is reporting that Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva has given the Red Shirts has given the Red Shirts until the end of today to either accept his "Road Map for Reconciliation" and end the protest or face unspecified consequences widely thought to include a military crackdown.   Photo by Jack Kurtz / ZUMA Press
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  • 10 MAY 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Buddhist monks lead a special memorial service for people killed in political street violence in Bangkok on April 10. The Red Shirts held a special memorial service at their main protest site in Ratchaprasong Intersection Monday with Buddhist monks leading chants to mark the one month anniversary of the street violence on April 10 that left 25 dead and more than 800 injured. Thai media is reporting that Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva has given the Red Shirts has given the Red Shirts until the end of today to either accept his "Road Map for Reconciliation" and end the protest or face unspecified consequences widely thought to include a military crackdown.   Photo by Jack Kurtz / ZUMA Press
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  • 10 MAY 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Buddhist monks lead a special memorial service for people killed in political street violence in Bangkok on April 10. The Red Shirts held a special memorial service at their main protest site in Ratchaprasong Intersection Monday with Buddhist monks leading chants to mark the one month anniversary of the street violence on April 10 that left 25 dead and more than 800 injured. Thai media is reporting that Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva has given the Red Shirts has given the Red Shirts until the end of today to either accept his "Road Map for Reconciliation" and end the protest or face unspecified consequences widely thought to include a military crackdown.   Photo by Jack Kurtz / ZUMA Press
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  • 10 MAY 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Buddhist monks lead a special memorial service for people killed in political street violence in Bangkok on April 10. The Red Shirts held a special memorial service at their main protest site in Ratchaprasong Intersection Monday with Buddhist monks leading chants to mark the one month anniversary of the street violence on April 10 that left 25 dead and more than 800 injured. Thai media is reporting that Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva has given the Red Shirts has given the Red Shirts until the end of today to either accept his "Road Map for Reconciliation" and end the protest or face unspecified consequences widely thought to include a military crackdown.   Photo by Jack Kurtz / ZUMA Press
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  • 10 MAY 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Buddhist monks lead a special memorial service for people killed in political street violence in Bangkok on April 10. The Red Shirts held a special memorial service at their main protest site in Ratchaprasong Intersection Monday with Buddhist monks leading chants to mark the one month anniversary of the street violence on April 10 that left 25 dead and more than 800 injured. Thai media is reporting that Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva has given the Red Shirts has given the Red Shirts until the end of today to either accept his "Road Map for Reconciliation" and end the protest or face unspecified consequences widely thought to include a military crackdown.   Photo by Jack Kurtz / ZUMA Press
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  • 10 MAY 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Buddhist monks lead a special memorial service for people killed in political street violence in Bangkok on April 10. The Red Shirts held a special memorial service at their main protest site in Ratchaprasong Intersection Monday with Buddhist monks leading chants to mark the one month anniversary of the street violence on April 10 that left 25 dead and more than 800 injured. Thai media is reporting that Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva has given the Red Shirts has given the Red Shirts until the end of today to either accept his "Road Map for Reconciliation" and end the protest or face unspecified consequences widely thought to include a military crackdown.   Photo by Jack Kurtz / ZUMA Press
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  • 10 MAY 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Buddhist monks lead a special memorial service for people killed in political street violence in Bangkok on April 10. The Red Shirts held a special memorial service at their main protest site in Ratchaprasong Intersection Monday with Buddhist monks leading chants to mark the one month anniversary of the street violence on April 10 that left 25 dead and more than 800 injured. Thai media is reporting that Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva has given the Red Shirts has given the Red Shirts until the end of today to either accept his "Road Map for Reconciliation" and end the protest or face unspecified consequences widely thought to include a military crackdown.   Photo by Jack Kurtz / ZUMA Press
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  • 10 MAY 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Thais pray during a memorial service for Red Shirts killed in political violence on April 10. The Red Shirts held a special memorial service at their main protest site in Ratchaprasong Intersection Monday with Buddhist monks leading chants to mark the one month anniversary of the street violence on April 10 that left 25 dead and more than 800 injured. Thai media is reporting that Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva has given the Red Shirts has given the Red Shirts until the end of today to either accept his "Road Map for Reconciliation" and end the protest or face unspecified consequences widely thought to include a military crackdown.   Photo by Jack Kurtz / ZUMA Press
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  • 10 MAY 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Buddhist monks lead a special memorial service for people killed in political street violence in Bangkok on April 10. The Red Shirts held a special memorial service at their main protest site in Ratchaprasong Intersection Monday with Buddhist monks leading chants to mark the one month anniversary of the street violence on April 10 that left 25 dead and more than 800 injured. Thai media is reporting that Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva has given the Red Shirts has given the Red Shirts until the end of today to either accept his "Road Map for Reconciliation" and end the protest or face unspecified consequences widely thought to include a military crackdown.   Photo by Jack Kurtz / ZUMA Press
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  • 10 MAY 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Buddhist monks lead a special memorial service for people killed in political street violence in Bangkok on April 10. The Red Shirts held a special memorial service at their main protest site in Ratchaprasong Intersection Monday with Buddhist monks leading chants to mark the one month anniversary of the street violence on April 10 that left 25 dead and more than 800 injured. Thai media is reporting that Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva has given the Red Shirts has given the Red Shirts until the end of today to either accept his "Road Map for Reconciliation" and end the protest or face unspecified consequences widely thought to include a military crackdown.   Photo by Jack Kurtz / ZUMA Press
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  • 10 MAY 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Buddhist monks rest their hands in their robes during a special memorial service for people killed in political street violence in Bangkok on April 10. The Red Shirts held a special memorial service at their main protest site in Ratchaprasong Intersection Monday with Buddhist monks leading chants to mark the one month anniversary of the street violence on April 10 that left 25 dead and more than 800 injured. Thai media is reporting that Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva has given the Red Shirts has given the Red Shirts until the end of today to either accept his "Road Map for Reconciliation" and end the protest or face unspecified consequences widely thought to include a military crackdown.   Photo by Jack Kurtz / ZUMA Press
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  • 10 MAY 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Buddhist monks lead a special memorial service for people killed in political street violence in Bangkok on April 10. The Red Shirts held a special memorial service at their main protest site in Ratchaprasong Intersection Monday with Buddhist monks leading chants to mark the one month anniversary of the street violence on April 10 that left 25 dead and more than 800 injured. Thai media is reporting that Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva has given the Red Shirts has given the Red Shirts until the end of today to either accept his "Road Map for Reconciliation" and end the protest or face unspecified consequences widely thought to include a military crackdown.   Photo by Jack Kurtz / ZUMA Press
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  • 10 MAY 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Thai Red Shirts cheer upon hearing that their leaders have accepted the government terms for ending the protest during a Red Shirt meeting Monday night. The Red Shirt leaders met with their supporters Monday evening and specified the terms for ending their protest in Bangkok and occupation of the Ratchaprasong Intersection in the heart of the Thai capital's shopping district. The accepted the Prime Minister's "Road Map for Reconciliation" and added one condition, that Thai Deputy Prime Minister Suthep Thaugsuban turn himself into police for his role in allegedly ordering the security forces attack on Red Shirts protestors on April 10 that resulted in more than 20 deaths and 800 injuries. Late Monday night Suthep said he would meet with police Tuesday morning. The Red Shirts haven't confirmed if that meets their demand, so the status of the protest is unknown.   PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 10 MAY 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: A Thai Red Shirt woman bows her head upon hearing that their leaders have accepted the government terms for ending the protest during a Red Shirt meeting Monday night. The Red Shirt leaders met with their supporters Monday evening and specified the terms for ending their protest in Bangkok and occupation of the Ratchaprasong Intersection in the heart of the Thai capital's shopping district. The accepted the Prime Minister's "Road Map for Reconciliation" and added one condition, that Thai Deputy Prime Minister Suthep Thaugsuban turn himself into police for his role in allegedly ordering the security forces attack on Red Shirts protestors on April 10 that resulted in more than 20 deaths and 800 injuries. Late Monday night Suthep said he would meet with police Tuesday morning. The Red Shirts haven't confirmed if that meets their demand, so the status of the protest is unknown.   PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 10 MAY 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Red Shirt core leader Jutaporn Prompan(CENTER AT MICROPHONE) and other Red Shirt leaders tell their supporters that they've accepted the government "Road Map for Reconciliation" with just one caveat and that their protest could be ending soon. The crowd greeted the news with a roar of approval. The Red Shirt leaders met with their supporters Monday evening and specified the terms for ending their protest in Bangkok and occupation of the Ratchaprasong Intersection in the heart of the Thai capital's shopping district. The accepted the Prime Minister's "Road Map for Reconciliation" and added one condition, that Thai Deputy Prime Minister Suthep Thaugsuban turn himself into police for his role in allegedly ordering the security forces attack on Red Shirts protestors on April 10 that resulted in more than 20 deaths and 800 injuries. Late Monday night Suthep said he would meet with police Tuesday morning. The Red Shirts haven't confirmed if that meets their demand, so the status of the protest is unknown.   PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 10 MAY 2010 - BANGKOK, THAILAND: Thai Red Shirts listen to their leaders announce that they have accepted the government terms for ending the protest during a Red Shirt meeting Monday night. The Red Shirt leaders met with their supporters Monday evening and specified the terms for ending their protest in Bangkok and occupation of the Ratchaprasong Intersection in the heart of the Thai capital's shopping district. The accepted the Prime Minister's "Road Map for Reconciliation" and added one condition, that Thai Deputy Prime Minister Suthep Thaugsuban turn himself into police for his role in allegedly ordering the security forces attack on Red Shirts protestors on April 10 that resulted in more than 20 deaths and 800 injuries. Late Monday night Suthep said he would meet with police Tuesday morning. The Red Shirts haven't confirmed if that meets their demand, so the status of the protest is unknown.   PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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