Political Turmoil Continues In Thailand
BANGKOK, THAILAND - MAY 2: A monk helps anti-government protesters "Red shirt" shift their barricade to allow access to Chulalongkorn Hospital May 2, 2010 in Bangkok, Thailand in Bangkok Thailand. The hospital is near one of the barricades erected by protesters. Thailand's cabinet has held an emergency meeting to try to resolve the long-running standoff with anti-government protesters. Thailand's political crisis plunged back into deadlock after the Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva rejected a compromise offer from red-shirted demonstrators to end weeks of protests if he dissolved parliament within 30 days and held elections. The anti-government protests that have closed much of central Bangkok's commercial district is now in its 8th week. (Photo by Paula Bronstein /Getty Images)
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