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Red shirt protesters lay roses at a spot on Din So Road where a red shirt demonstrator was killed last year. Photo by Jetjaras Na Ranong


A red shirt demonstrator is leaving her message of remembrance for dead red shirt protesters at Kok Wua intersection. Photo by Jetjaras Na Ranong


A tired child takes a nap during a religious ceremony for dead red shirt protesters. Photo by Pawat Laopaisarntaksin


Relatives of dead red shirt protesters listen to chanting Buddist monks during the ceremony. Photo by Pawat Laopaisarntaksin


A red shirt demonstrator raises the portrait of former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra during their rally on Ratchadamnoen Avenue. Photo by Patipat Janthong.


Red shirt demonstrators raise the portrait of Japanese cameraman Hiroyuki Muramoto who was killed in Bangkok on April 10, 2010. Photo by Patipat Janthong.


Red shirt demonstrators are in the middle of an activity to remember the death of red shirt protesters on street. Photo by Patipat Janthong.


Red shirt demonstrators get caught in the rain before their candle-lit ceremony. Photo by Patipat Janthong.


Red candles are lit during a ceremony to remember red shirt protesters killed last year. Photo by Pawat Laopaisarntaksin


Crowds of red shirt protesters light red candles to mourn dead red shirt protesters at the Democracy Monument, Bangkok. Photo by Pawat Laopaisarntaksin

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A number of red shirt protesters gather for a ceremony at the Democracy Monument in Bangkok to remember and seek blessings for the protesters killed during a crackdown attempt on April 10, 2010.Red shirt protesters organised activities on the first anniversary of the April 10, 2010 crackdown on Ratchadamnoen Avenue. Photos by Post Photographers.

  • Published: 10 Apr 2011
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