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Thai "red shirt" leader announces end to rally

2010-05-19 11:06:31 GMT2010-05-19 19:06:31 (Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

Thai fire fighters put out fire on the street outside the Lumpini Park in Bangkok, capital of Thailand, May 19, 2010. Thailand's red-shirts leaders Wednesday noon announced the end to their two-month-plus rally in Bangkok after the troops carried out dispersal operation early morning. (Xinhua/Chen Duo)

Thai soldiers stand behind an armoured vehicle outside the Lumpini Park in Bangkok, capital of Thailand, May 19, 2010. Thailand's red-shirts leaders Wednesday noon announced the end to their two-month-plus rally in Bangkok after the troops carried out dispersal operation early morning. (Xinhua/Chen Duo)

Tyres are burnt by red-shirts supporters on the street outside the Lumpini Park in Bangkok, capital of Thailand, May 19, 2010. Thailand's red-shirts leaders Wednesday noon announced the end to their two-month-plus rally in Bangkok after the troops carried out dispersal operation early morning. (Xinhua/Chen Duo)

Thai soldiers take up positions outside the Lumpini Park in Bangkok, capital of Thailand, May 19, 2010. Thailand's red-shirts leaders Wednesday noon announced the end to their two-month-plus rally in Bangkok after the troops carried out dispersal operation early morning. (Xinhua/Chen Duo)

Thai fire fighters put out fire on the street outside the Lumpini Park in Bangkok, capital of Thailand, May 19, 2010. Thailand's red-shirts leaders Wednesday noon announced the end to their two-month-plus rally in Bangkok after the troops carried out dispersal operation early morning.

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