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ประมวลภาพเหตุการณ์ และความสูญเสีย 19 พ.ค.53 ฯ

BANGKOK, THAILAND - MAY 19:  Canadian journalist Chandler Vandergrift (L) and a Thai soldier lie severely injured after being hit by a grenade on May 19, 2010 in Bangkok, Thailand. At least 5 people are reported to have died as government forces attempted to overrun barricades raised in and around the city centre by anti-government protestors. Red-shirt leaders have now surrendered, ending their blockade following a sixth day of violence, leaving the army in control and a night time curfew to be imposed. 

A Thai cameraman shouts for help as he along with others carry an injured soldier after a grenade attack at Lumpini park, in downtown Bangkok, Thailand, Wednesday, May 19, 2010. Downtown Bangkok became a raging battleground Wednesday as the army stormed a barricaded protest camp and toppled the Red Shirt leadership, enraging demonstrators who fired grenades and set fires that cloaked the skyline in a black haze. 

Soldiers strip a Buddhist monk to search him after his arrest in the anti-government encampment on Wednesday, May 19, 2010 in Bangkok, Thailand. The Red Shirt protest leaders surrendered to authorities on Wednesday but enraged protesters set fires and rioted around the capital. 
BANGKOK, THAILAND - MAY 19:  (EDITORS NOTE: GRAPHIC CONTENT )  Canadian journalist Chandler Vandergrift (L) and a Thai soldier lie severely injured after being hit by a grenade on May 19, 2010 in Bangkok, Thailand. At least 5 people are reported to have died as government forces attempted to overrun barricades raised in and around the city centre by anti-government protestors. Red-shirt leaders have now surrendered, ending their blockade following a sixth day of violence, leaving the army in control and a night time curfew to be imposed. 

Thai army soldiers stand guard over blindfolded detainees during an operation to evict anti-government "red shirt" protesters from their encampment in Bangkok May 19, 2010. Anti-government protest leaders in Thailand surrendered to police on Wednesday after troops stormed their encampment, sparking clashes that killed at least four people, but violence rocked other areas of the city. 

A Thai army soldier stands guard over blindfolded detainees during an operation to evict anti-government "red shirt" protesters from their encampment in Bangkok May 19, 2010. Anti-government protest leaders in Thailand surrendered to police on Wednesday after troops stormed their encampment, sparking clashes that killed at least four people, but violence rocked other areas of the city. 

BANGKOK, THAILAND - MAY 19:   (EDITORS NOTE: GRAPHIC CONTENT)  Thai security forces attempt to help a Thai soldier hit by a grenade on May 19, 2010 in Bangkok, Thailand. At least 5 people are reported to have died as government forces attempted to overrun barricades raised in and around the city centre by anti-government protestors. Red-shirt leaders have now surrendered, ending their blockade following a sixth day of violence, leaving the army in control and a night time curfew to be imposed. 

Anti-government protesters are held by Thai soldiers after being arrested from their encampment on Wednesday, May 19, 2010 in Bangkok, Thailand. The Red Shirt protest leaders surrendered to authorities on Wednesday but enraged protesters set fires and rioted around the capital. 

BANGKOK, THAILAND - MAY 19:  Canadian journalist Chandler Vandergrift lies severely injured after being hit by a grenade on May 19, 2010 in Bangkok, Thailand. At least 5 people are reported to have died as government forces attempted to overrun barricades raised in and around the city centre by anti-government protestors. Red-shirt leaders have now surrendered, ending their blockade following a sixth day of violence, leaving the army in control and a night time curfew to be imposed. 

An anti-government protester is arrested by Thai soldiers on Wednesday, May 19, 2010 in Bangkok, Thailand. The Red Shirt protest leaders surrendered to authorities on Wednesday but enraged protesters set fires and rioted around the capital. 

A member of the media helps Thai soldiers carry an injured soldier after a grenade attack at Lumpini Park, in downtown Bangkok, Thailand, Wednesday, May 19, 2010. Downtown Bangkok became a raging battleground Wednesday as the army stormed a barricaded protest camp and the Red Shirt leadership surrendered, enraging demonstrators who fired grenades and set fires that cloaked the skyline in a black haze. 

Blindfolded detainees lie on the ground during an operation to evict anti-government "red shirt" protesters from their encampment in Bangkok May 19, 2010. Anti-government protest leaders in Thailand surrendered to police on Wednesday after troops stormed their encampment, sparking clashes that killed at least four people, but violence rocked other areas of the city. 

BANGKOK, THAILAND - MAY 19:  (EDITORS NOTE: GRAPHIC CONTENT )  A Thai soldier lies with a severely injured arm after being hit by a grenade on May 19, 2010 in Bangkok, Thailand. At least 5 people are reported to have died as government forces attempted to overrun barricades raised in and around the city centre by anti-government protestors. Red-shirt leaders have now surrendered, ending their blockade following a sixth day of violence, leaving the army in control and a night time curfew to be imposed. 

BANGKOK, THAILAND - MAY 19:   (EDITORS NOTE: GRAPHIC CONTENT)  Thai security forces attempt to help a Thai soldier hit by a grenade on May 19, 2010 in Bangkok, Thailand. At least 5 people are reported to have died as government forces attempted to overrun barricades raised in and around the city centre by anti-government protestors. Red-shirt leaders have now surrendered, ending their blockade following a sixth day of violence, leaving the army in control and a night time curfew to be imposed. 

BANGKOK, THAILAND - MAY 19:  (EDITORS NOTE: GRAPHIC CONTENT )  Canadian journalist Chandler Vandergrift (L) and Thai soldiers lie severely injured after being hit by a grenade on May 19, 2010 in Bangkok, Thailand. At least 5 people are reported to have died as government forces attempted to overrun barricades raised in and around the city centre by anti-government protestors. Red-shirt leaders have now surrendered, ending their blockade following a sixth day of violence, leaving the army in control and a night time curfew to be imposed. 

 

 

BANGKOK, THAILAND - MAY 19:  (EDITORS NOTE: GRAPHIC CONTENT)  A Thai soldier asks for assistance after being hit by a grenade on May 19, 2010 in Bangkok, Thailand. At least 5 people are reported to have died as government forces attempted to overrun barricades raised in and around the city centre by anti-government protestors. Red-shirt leaders have now surrendered, ending their blockade following a sixth day of violence, leaving the army in control and a night time curfew to be imposed. 
Smoke billows from fires set by anti-government protestors Wednesday, May 19, 2010, in Bangkok, Thailand. Seven leaders of Thailand's Red Shirt protesters have surrendered to authorities after a deadly army assault on their fortified encampment. 

Rescue workers transport an unidentified journalist from Holland, who was shot during clashes between anti-government "red shirt" protesters and Thai soldiers, to a hospital in Bangkok May 19, 2010. Anti-government protest leaders in Thailand surrendered to police on Wednesday after troops stormed their encampment, sparking clashes that killed at least four people, but violence rocked other areas of the city. 

Municipal workers clear the fortification of anti-government protesters as smoke billows out from a building set on fire by protesters in downtown Bangkok, Thailand, Wednesday, May 19, 2010. Seven leaders of Thailand's Red Shirt protesters have surrendered to authorities after a deadly army assault on their fortified encampment. 

Anti-government protesters are held by Thai soldiers after being arrested from their encampment on Wednesday, May 19, 2010 in Bangkok, Thailand. The Red Shirt protest leaders surrendered to authorities Wednesday but enraged protesters set fires and rioted around the capital. 

Thai army soldiers stand guard over blindfolded detainees during an operation to evict anti-government "red shirt" protesters from their encampment in Bangkok May 19, 2010. Anti-government protest leaders in Thailand surrendered to police on Wednesday after troops stormed their encampment, sparking clashes that killed at least four people, but violence rocked other areas of the city. 

 

Rescue workers carry Fabio Polenghi, an Italian journalist who was shot during clashes between anti-government "red shirt" protesters and Thai army soldiers, to a hospital in Bangkok May 19, 2010. Anti-government protest leaders in Thailand surrendered to police on Wednesday after troops stormed their encampment, sparking clashes that killed at least four people, but violence rocked other areas of the city.
Thai army soldiers stand guard over blindfolded detainees during an operation to evict anti-government "red shirt" protesters from their encampment in Bangkok May 19, 2010. Anti-government protest leaders in Thailand surrendered to police on Wednesday after troops stormed their encampment, sparking clashes that killed at least four people, but violence rocked other areas of the city. 

A body of a dead anti-government protester is lifted onto a stretcher on Wednesday, May 19, 2010, in Bangkok, Thailand. Downtown Bangkok became a raging battleground Wednesday as the army stormed a barricaded protest camp and toppled the Red Shirt leadership, enraging demonstrators who fired grenades and set fires that cloaked the skyline in a black haze. 

A body of a dead anti-government protester is lifted onto a stretcher on Wednesday, May 19, 2010, in Bangkok, Thailand. Downtown Bangkok became a raging battleground Wednesday as the army stormed a barricaded protest camp and toppled the Red Shirt leadership, enraging demonstrators who fired grenades and set fires that cloaked the skyline in a black haze. 

A Thai soldier handcuffs a Buddhist  monk as another looks on after they were arrested from Lumpini park in downtown Bangkok, Thailand, Wednesday, May 19, 2010. Seven leaders of Thailand's Red Shirt protesters have surrendered to authorities after a deadly army assault on their fortified encampment. 

Anti-government protesters are held by Thai soldiers after being apprehended in their encampment on Wednesday, May 19, 2010, in Bangkok, Thailand. Downtown Bangkok became a raging battleground Wednesday as the army stormed a barricaded protest camp and toppled the Red Shirt leadership, enraging demonstrators who fired grenades and set fires that cloaked the skyline in a black haze. 

Journalists lie down and take cover during a gun battle between Thai army and anti-government protesters at Lumpini park in downtown Bangkok, Thailand, Wednesday, May 19, 2010. Seven leaders of Thailand's Red Shirt protesters have surrendered to authorities after a deadly army assault on their fortified encampment. 

A Thai soldier wounded in a grenade attack, waits for help during clashes in central Bangkok May 19, 2010. Anti-government protest leaders in Thailand surrendered to police on Wednesday after troops stormed their encampment, sparking clashes that killed at least four people, but violence rocked other areas of the city. 

A Thai soldier blindfolds an anti-government protester as another handcuffs him at Lumpini park in downtown Bangkok, Thailand, Wednesday, May 19, 2010. Seven leaders of Thailand's Red Shirt protesters have surrendered to authorities after a deadly army assault on their fortified encampment. 

Blindfolded detainees sit on the ground during an operation to evict anti-government "red shirt" protesters from their encampment in Bangkok May 19, 2010. Anti-government protest leaders in Thailand surrendered to police on Wednesday after troops stormed their encampment, sparking clashes that killed at least four people, but violence rocked other areas of the city. 

Thai armored personnel carrier moves toward a burning anti-government barricade during a military crackdown Wednesday, May 19, 2010, in Bangkok, Thailand. Seven leaders of Thailand's Red Shirt protesters have surrendered to authorities after a deadly army assault on their fortified encampment. 

Smoke rises from burning fires in downtown Bangkok, Thailand, following the surrender of anti-government leaders to the police Wednesday, May 19, 2010. The Thai government is attempting to end the two month long standoff with Red Shirt protestors with a massive military crackdown. 

Thick black smoke plummets through the air behind the main Chulalongkorn hospital from anti-protesters' encampment on Wednesday May 19, 2010 in Bangkok, Thailand. Thai troops have opened fire at a fortified encampment of anti-government protesters in central Bangkok. The firing came after a large number of troops and armored carriers gathered at the edges of the encampment at daybreak amid reports of a final assault on the camp the protesters have occupied for weeks. 

Firemen douse a fire at a barricade of Lumpini Park put up by anti-government protesters in downtown Bangkok, Thailand, Wednesday, May 19, 2010. Thai troops opened fire Wednesday into the fortified encampment of anti-government protesters in downtown Bangkok, ramming armored vehicles into its tire-and-bamboo barricade in what appears to be a final crackdown after a week of deadly clashes. 

Thai soldiers rush an anti-government barricade near Lumpini Park in downtown Bangkok, Thailand, Wednesday, May 19, 2010. Two Thai armored vehicles have toppled the tire-and-bamboo barricade of an encampment where anti-protesters are holed up in downtown Bangkok. 

BANGKOK, THAILAND - MAY 19:  Firefighters work to control burning tyres set by Thai anti-government red shirt protesters on May 19, 2010 in Bangkok, Thailand. Protesters have clashed with military forces for six consecutive days in Bangkok after the government launched an operation to disperse anti-government protesters who have closed parts of the city for more than two months. Despite calls from the United Nations for both sides to begin talks, anti-government protesters in Bangkok have defied orders to leave their fortified camp, with 37 people having died and more than 260 injured since the military began its crackdown. 

Thick black smoke plummets through the air behind the main Chulalongkorn hospital from anti-protesters' encampment on Wednesday May 19, 2010 in Bangkok, Thailand. Thai troops have opened fire at a fortified encampment of anti-government protesters in central Bangkok. The firing came after a large number of troops and armored carriers gathered at the edges of the encampment at daybreak amid reports of a final assault on the camp the protesters have occupied for weeks. 

Thai soldiers take up positions in front of anti-government protesters' encampment on Wednesday May 19, 2010 in Bangkok, Thailand. Thai troops have opened fire at a fortified encampment of anti-government protesters in central Bangkok. The firing came after a large number of troops and armored carriers gathered at the edges of the encampment at daybreak amid reports of a final assault on the camp the protesters have occupied for weeks. 

An anti-government protester surrenders near the Red Shirts' encampment, Wednesday, May 19, 2010, in Bangkok, Thailand. Downtown Bangkok became a raging battleground Wednesday as the army stormed a barricaded protest camp and toppled the Red Shirt leadership, enraging demonstrators who fired grenades and set fires that cloaked the skyline in a black haze. 

 

An unidentified injured journalist is helped by fellow newsmen after a grenade launcher was fired by anti-government protesters during an operation to crackdown on the Red Shirt movement Wednesday, May 19, 2010, in Bangkok, Thailand. Thai troops opened fire Wednesday into the fortified encampment of anti-government protesters in downtown Bangkok, ramming armored vehicles into its tire-and-bamboo barricade in what appeared to be a final crackdown after a week of deadly clashes.
An anti-government protester is arrested by Thai soldiers, Wednesday May 19, 2010, in Bangkok, Thailand. Downtown Bangkok became a raging battleground Wednesday as the army stormed a barricaded protest camp and the Red Shirt leadership surrendered, enraging demonstrators who fired grenades and set fires that cloaked the skyline in a black haze. 

An injured Thai soldier is carried away near a barricade created by anti-government protesters, Wednesday, May 19, 2010, in Bangkok, Thailand. Downtown Bangkok became a raging battleground Wednesday as the army stormed the barricaded protest camp and toppled the Red Shirt leadership, enraging demonstrators who fired grenades and set fires that cloaked the skyline in a black haze. 

Thai soldiers run to take cover near a anti-government barricade on Wednesday May 19, 2010 in Bangkok, Thailand. Thai troops opened fire Wednesday into the fortified encampment of anti-government protesters in downtown Bangkok, ramming armored vehicles into its tire-and-bamboo barricade in what appears to be a final crackdown after a week of deadly clashes. 

An injured Thai soldier is carried away after they get through an anti-government barricade in Bangkok, on Wednesday May 19, 2010 in Bangkok, Thailand. Downtown Bangkok became a raging battleground Wednesday as the army stormed a barricaded protest camp and the Red Shirt leadership surrendered, enraging demonstrators who fired grenades and set fires that cloaked the skyline in a black haze. 

An unidentified journalist and a Thai soldier lie injured after a grenade launcher was fired by anti-governemnt protesters during an operation to crackdown on the Red Shirt movement, Wednesday, May 19, 2010, in Bangkok, Thailand. Thai troops opened fire Wednesday into the fortified encampment of anti-government protesters in downtown Bangkok, ramming armored vehicles into its tire-and-bamboo barricade in what appeared to be a final crackdown after a week of deadly clashes. 

A plainclothes Thai soldier calls for help as he pulls his colleague who was injured by a grenade during an operation to crackdown on anti-government protesters Wednesday, May 19, 2010, in Bangkok, Thailand. Thai troops opened fire Wednesday into the fortified encampment of anti-government protesters in downtown Bangkok, ramming armored vehicles into its tire-and-bamboo barricade in what appeared to be a final crackdown after a week of deadly clashes. 

An anti-government protestor who had been shot in the head arrives at a hospital  Wednesday, May 19, 2010, in Bangkok, Thailand. Downtown Bangkok became a raging battleground Wednesday as the army stormed a barricaded protest camp and the Red Shirt leadership surrendered, enraging demonstrators who fired grenades and set fires that cloaked the skyline in a black haze. 

An anti-government protestor piles tires on a fire at a shopping center Wednesday, May 19, 2010, in Bangkok, Thailand. Downtown Bangkok became a raging battleground Wednesday as the army stormed a barricaded protest camp and the Red Shirt leadership surrendered, enraging demonstrators who fired grenades and set fires that cloaked the skyline in a black haze. 

An anti government "red shirt" protester walks by a shopping mall that was ransacked and set on fire during clashes in central Bangkok May 19, 2010. Anti-government protest leaders in Thailand surrendered to police on Wednesday after troops stormed their encampment, sparking clashes that killed at least four people, but violence rocked other areas of the city. 

BANGKOK, THAILAND - MAY 19:  A Thai soldier points his rifle at Red-shirt protesters as they surrender within their encampment on May 19, 2010 in Bangkok, Thailand. At least 5 people are reported to have died as government forces sought to overrun barricades raised in and around the city centre by anti-government protestors. Red-shirt leaders have now surrendered, ending their blockade in the aftermath of a sixth day of violence, leaving the army in control and a night time curfew to be imposed. 

An anti-government protestor piles tires on a fire at a shopping center Wednesday, May 19, 2010, in Bangkok, Thailand. Downtown Bangkok became a raging battleground Wednesday as the army stormed a barricaded protest camp and the Red Shirt leadership surrendered, enraging demonstrators who fired grenades and set fires that cloaked the skyline in a black haze. 

Freelance photographer Fabio Polenghi, 48, of Italy lies on a stretcher at Police Headquarter Hospital Wednesday, May 19, 2010, in Bangkok, Thailand, after being shot during a government crackdown on anti-government protestors. Polenghi was later pronounced dead by Thai doctors. At least three other journalist were injured in the day long push against anti-government protestors. 

Freelance photographer Fabio Polenghi, 48, of Italy lies on a stretcher at Police Headquarter Hospital Wednesday, May 19, 2010, in Bangkok, Thailand, after being shot during a government crackdown on anti-government protestors. Polenghi was later pronounced dead by Thai doctors. At least three other journalist were injured in the day long push against anti-government protestors. 

BANGKOK, THAILAND - MAY 19:  A Red-shirt protester is detained by Thai security forces inside their encampment on May 19, 2010 in Bangkok, Thailand. At least 5 people are reported to have died as government forces sought to overrun barricades raised in and around the city centre by anti-government protestors. Red-shirt leaders have now surrendered, ending their blockade in the aftermath of a sixth day of violence, leaving the army in control and a night time curfew to be imposed. 

A Thai soldier arrests an anti government protester at Lumpini Park, in downtown Bangkok, Thailand, Wednesday, May 19, 2010. Downtown Bangkok became a raging battleground Wednesday as the army stormed a barricaded protest camp and the Red Shirt leadership surrendered, enraging demonstrators who fired grenades and set fires that cloaked the skyline in a black haze. 

A detainee lies on the ground during an operation to evict anti-government "red shirt" protesters from their encampment in Bangkok May 19, 2010. Anti-government protest leaders in Thailand surrendered to police on Wednesday after troops stormed their encampment, sparking clashes that killed at least four people, but violence rocked other areas of the city. 


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