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November 30, 2008

Anti-Government must die ?

Filed under: ข่าวเมืองไทย — accomthailand @ 00:59

Security guards for anti-government protesters examine the site of a bomb blast during a protest at government house Sunday, Nov. 30, 2008 in Bangkok, Thailand. An emergency official says an explosion inside the Thai prime minister’s besieged office compound has wounded 33 people. The protesters, who have occupied government house, the prime minister’s compound, since August, upped the stakes this week by overrunning Bangkok’s international and domestic aiports and bringing them to a halt in their campaign to oust the government. Photo from AP Photo by APICHART WEERAWONG
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An injured anti-government protester is carried on a stretcher to a waiting ambulance after the bomb blast during a protest at government house Sunday, Nov. 30, 2008 in Bangkok, Thailand. An emergency official says an explosion inside the Thai prime minister’s besieged office compound has wounded 33 people. The protesters, who have occupied government house, the prime minister’s compound, since August, upped the stakes this week by overrunning Bangkok’s international and domestic airports and bringing them to a halt in their campaign to oust the government. Photo from AP Photo by APICHART WEERAWONG
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Injured anti-government protesters are transported on a pick up truck to hospital after an explosion during a protest at government house Sunday, Nov. 30, 2008 in Bangkok, Thailand. An emergency official says an explosion inside the Thai prime minister’s besieged office compound has wounded 33 people. The protesters, who have occupied government house, the prime minister’s compound, since August, upped the stakes this week by overrunning Bangkok’s international and domestic airports and bringing them to a halt in their campaign to oust the government. Photo from AP Photo by APICHART WEERAWONG
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An injured anti-government protester is taken from the scene in a wheel chair after an explosion during a protest at government house Sunday, Nov. 30, 2008 in Bangkok, Thailand. An emergency official says an explosion inside the Thai prime minister’s besieged office compound has wounded 33 people. The protesters, who have occupied government house, the prime minister’s compound, since August, upped the stakes this week by overrunning Bangkok’s international and domestic airports and bringing them to a halt in their campaign to oust the government. Photo from AP Photo by WASON WANICHAKORN
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Anti-government protesters with minor injuries wait for treatment outside a medical tent after an explosion during a protest at government house Sunday, Nov. 30, 2008 in Bangkok, Thailand. An emergency official says an explosion inside the Thai prime minister’s besieged office compound has wounded 33 people. The protesters, who have occupied government house, the prime minister’s compound, since August, upped the stakes this week by overrunning Bangkok’s international and domestic airports and bringing them to a halt in their campaign to oust the government. Photo from AP Photo by APICHART WEERAWONG
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A female anti-government protester, right, walks with her injured relative to a waiting ambulance after an explosion during a protest at government house Sunday, Nov. 30, 2008 in Bangkok, Thailand. An emergency official says an explosion inside the Thai prime minister’s besieged office compound has wounded 33 people. The protesters, who have occupied government house, the prime minister’s compound, since August, upped the stakes this week by overrunning Bangkok’s international and domestic airports and bringing them to a halt in their campaign to oust the government. Photo from AP Photo by APICHART WEERAWONG
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An injured anti-government protester, left, waits for a first aid treatment in a medic tent after an explosion during a protest at government house Sunday, Nov. 30, 2008 in Bangkok, Thailand. An emergency official says an explosion inside the Thai prime minister’s besieged office compound has wounded 33 people. The protesters, who have occupied government house, the prime minister’s compound, since August, upped the stakes this week by overrunning Bangkok’s international and domestic airports and bringing them to a halt in their campaign to oust the government. Photo from AP Photo by APICHART WEERAWONG
30nov-007

An injured anti-government protester is carried on a stretcher after an explosion during a protest at government house Sunday, Nov. 30, 2008 in Bangkok, Thailand. An emergency official says an explosion inside the Thai prime minister’s besieged office compound has wounded 33 people. The protesters, who have occupied government house, the prime minister’s compound, since August, upped the stakes this week by overrunning Bangkok’s international and domestic airports and bringing them to a halt in their campaign to oust the government. Photo from AP Photo by WASON WANICHAKORN
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An injured anti-government protester is attended to by colleagues after an explosion during a protest at government house Sunday, Nov. 30, 2008 in Bangkok, Thailand. An emergency official says an explosion inside the Thai prime minister’s besieged office compound has wounded 33 people. The protesters, who have occupied government house, the prime minister’s compound, since August, upped the stakes this week by overrunning Bangkok’s international and domestic airports and bringing them to a halt in their campaign to oust the government. Photo from AP Photo by WASON WANICHAKORN
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พิมพ์ ข่าวนี้ สัตว์นรกกัดไม่ปล่อยปาระเบิดใส่เวทีทำเนียบฯ พธม.เจ็บ!

ใช้ [ปุ่มถอยหลัง] ของเว็บบราวเซอร์ เพื่อกลับมาที่นี่ จากข้อมูลเชื่อมโยงด้านล่าง
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