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Life in Bangkok returning to normal amid challenges

2010-05-24 12:34:17 GMT2010-05-24 20:34:17 (Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

Vehicles run on a street in central Bangkok, capital of Thailand, May 24, 2010. As life in Bangkok is returning to normal days after government troops ended two-month protests by Red Shirt demonstrators, the Thai government still faces tough challenges of healing the wounds caused by political unrest, and restoring the country's social and economic order, political analysts here said. (Xinhua/Thana Nuntavoranut)

A man takes photos of a broken showcase in central Bangkok, capital of Thailand, May 24, 2010. (Xinhua/Thana Nuntavoranut)

Tourists take photos of a burnt shopping mall in central Bangkok, capital of Thailand, May 24, 2010. (Xinhua/Thana Nuntavoranut)

The burnt Siam Theater is seen in central Bangkok, capital of Thailand, May 24, 2010. (Xinhua/Thana Nuntavoranut)

Workers repair pavement destroyed during the clashes in central Bangkok, capital of Thailand, May 24, 2010. (Xinhua/Thana Nuntavoranut)

As life in Bangkok is returning to normal days after government troops ended two-month protests by Red Shirt demonstrators, the Thai government still faces tough challenges of healing the wounds caused by political unrest, and restoring the country's social and economic order, political analysts here said.

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