Red-Shirt Leaders Surrender As Government Troops Storm Barricades

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Thai anti-government red shirt protesters use a table to shield... News PhotoAnti-Government,Bangkok,Bestof,Conflict,Horizontal,Medical Occupation,Military,Physical Injury,Politics,Protest,Protestor,Red,Redshirts,Shirt,Table,Thailand,Topics,TopixPhotographer Collection: Getty Images News 2010 Getty ImagesBANGKOK, THAILAND - MAY 19: Thai anti-government red shirt protesters use a table to shield themselves as they drag a wounded protester to medics after he was shot by Thai military forces 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. (Photo by Getty Images)