Posted by: pinkturtle2 | Mei 19, 2010

Tindakan Keras Tentera Bermula Hari Ini.. Kereta Perisai Mula Digunakan

Gambar-gambar terbaru dari Bangkok… 19/05/2010 11:15am

Army soldiers stand guard with their weapons during an operation to  evict anti-government "red shirt" protesters from their  encampment in Bangkok May 19, 2010. Thai troops and armoured vehicles  broke through barricades of tyres and staves on Wednesday in a fresh  offensive to evict thousands of anti-government protesters from their  fortified camp in central Bangkok, witnesses said.

Army soldiers stand guard with their weapons during an operation to evict anti-government “red shirt” protesters from their encampment in Bangkok May 19, 2010. Thai troops and armoured vehicles broke through barricades of tyres and staves on Wednesday in a fresh offensive to evict thousands of anti-government protesters from their fortified camp in central Bangkok, witnesses said.

Army soldiers stand guard with their weapons during an operation to  evict anti-government "red shirt" protesters from their  encampment in Bangkok May 19, 2010. Thai troops and armoured vehicles  broke through barricades of tyres and staves on Wednesday in a fresh  offensive to evict thousands of anti-government protesters from their  fortified camp in central Bangkok, witnesses said.

Army soldiers stand guard with their weapons during an operation to evict anti-government “red shirt” protesters from their encampment in Bangkok May 19, 2010. Thai troops and armoured vehicles broke through barricades of tyres and staves on Wednesday in a fresh offensive to evict thousands of anti-government protesters from their fortified camp in central Bangkok, witnesses said.

A  Thai army soldier shoots as other look on at Lumpini Park in downtown  Bangkok, Thailand, Wednesday, May 19, 2010. Thai troops opened fire  Wednesday into the fortified encampment of anti-government protesters in  downtown Bangkok, ramming armored vehicles into its tire-and-bamboo  barricade in what appears to be a final crackdown after a week of deadly  clashes.

A Thai army soldier shoots as other look on at Lumpini Park in downtown Bangkok, Thailand, Wednesday, May 19, 2010. Thai troops opened fire Wednesday into the fortified encampment of anti-government protesters in downtown Bangkok, ramming armored vehicles into its tire-and-bamboo barricade in what appears to be a final crackdown after a week of deadly clashes.

A  Thai armoured personnel carriers (APC) goes trhough the barricades of  the Red Shirt anti-government protestors camp in Bangkok on May 19,  2010. Hundreds of police and army, backed by armoured vehicles, are  converging on the perimeter of an anti-government protest camp in  Bangkok.

A Thai armoured personnel carriers (APC) goes trhough the barricades of the Red Shirt anti-government protestors camp in Bangkok on May 19, 2010. Hundreds of police and army, backed by armoured vehicles, are converging on the perimeter of an anti-government protest camp in Bangkok.

An  armoured vehicle destroys a barricade during an operation to evict  anti-government "red shirt" protesters from their encampment  in Bangkok May 19, 2010. Thai troops and armoured vehicles broke through  barricades of tyres and staves on Wednesday in a fresh offensive to  evict thousands of anti-government protesters from their fortified camp  in central Bangkok, witnesses said.

Thai troops and an armoured vehicle prepare to break through a  barricade during an operation to evict anti-government "red  shirt" protesters from their encampment in Bangkok May 19, 2010.  Thai troops and armoured vehicles broke through barricades of tyres and  staves on Wednesday in a fresh offensive to evict thousands of  anti-government protesters from their fortified camp in central Bangkok,  witnesses said.

Soldiers take positions behind a Thai armoured personnel carriers  (APC) in front of the barricades of the Red Shirt anti-government  protestors camp in Bangkok on May 19, 2010. Hundreds of police and army,  backed by armoured vehicles, are converging on the perimeter of an  anti-government protest camp in Bangkok.

Soldiers take positions behind a Thai armoured personnel carriers (APC) in front of the barricades of the Red Shirt anti-government protestors camp in Bangkok on May 19, 2010. Hundreds of police and army, backed by armoured vehicles, are converging on the perimeter of an anti-government protest camp in Bangkok.

Soldiers take cover behind a Thai armoured personnel carriers (APC)  in front of the barricades of the Red Shirt anti-government protestors  camp in Bangkok on May 19, 2010. Hundreds of police and army, backed by  armoured vehicles, are converging on the perimeter of an anti-government  protest camp in Bangkok.

Fires burn on a boulevard near the Pratunam intersection in  downtown Bangkok on May 19, 2010. Thai security forces backed by  armoured vehicles advanced on the 'Red Shirt' anti-government  protesters' camp in Bangkok in what a senator said would be a 'decisive'  crackdown.

A  Thai armoured personnel carriers (APCs) destroys the barricades of the  Red Shirt anti-government protestors camp in Bangkok on May 19, 2010.  Hundreds of police and army, backed by armoured vehicles, are converging  on the perimeter of an anti-government protest camp in Bangkok.

Fires burn on a boulevard near the Pratunam intersection in  downtown Bangkok on May 19, 2010. Thai security forces backed by  armoured vehicles advanced on the 'Red Shirt' anti-government  protesters' camp in Bangkok in what a senator said would be a 'decisive'  crackdown.

Thai soldiers fire torawds anti-government protesters near a  barricade on Wednesday May 19, 2010 in Bangkok, Thailand. Thai troops  opened fire Wednesday into the fortified encampment of anti-government  protesters in downtown Bangkok, ramming armored vehicles into its  tire-and-bamboo barricade in what appears to be a final crackdown after a  week of deadly clashes.

Thai soldiers take cover behind an armored vehicle near an  anti-government barricade on Wednesday May 19, 2010 in Bangkok,  Thailand. Thai troops opened fire Wednesday into the fortified  encampment of anti-government protesters in downtown Bangkok, ramming  armored vehicles into its tire-and-bamboo barricade in what appears to  be a final crackdown after a week of deadly clashes.

Thai soldiers take cover behind an armored vehicle in front of a  anti-government barricade on Wednesday May 19, 2010 in Bangkok,  Thailand. Thai troops opened fire Wednesday into the fortified  encampment of anti-government protesters in downtown Bangkok, ramming  armored vehicles into its tire-and-bamboo barricade in what appears to  be a final crackdown after a week of deadly clashes.

BANGKOK, THAILAND - MAY 18:  An anti-government red shirt protester  sprints past a barricade during clashes on May 18, 2010 in Bangkok,  Thailand. Protesters have clashed with military forces for five  consecutive day in Bangkok after the government launched an operation to  disperse anti-government protesters who have closed parts of the city  for more than two months. Despite calls from the United Nations for both  sides to begin talks, anti-government protesters in Bangkok have defied  orders to leave their fortified camp, with 37 people having died and  more than 260 injured since the military began its crackdown.

BANGKOK, THAILAND - MAY 18:  Anti-government red shirt protesters  look over a barricade towards a military position as their fellow  protesters attempt to return an oil truck to a nearby petrol station on  May 18, 2010 in Bangkok, Thailand. Protesters have clashed with military  forces for five consecutive day in Bangkok after the government  launched an operation to disperse anti-government protesters who have  closed parts of the city for more than two months. Despite calls from  the United Nations for both sides to begin talks, anti-government  protesters in Bangkok have defied orders to leave their fortified camp,  with 37 people having died and more than 260 injured since the military  began its crackdown.

BANGKOK, THAILAND - MAY 18:  An anti-government red shirt protester  kicks a tyre down the street to be used to extend their barricade on  May 18, 2010 in Bangkok, Thailand. Protesters have clashed with military  forces for five consecutive day in Bangkok after the government  launched an operation to disperse anti-government protesters who have  closed parts of the city for more than two months. Despite calls from  the United Nations for both sides to begin talks, anti-government  protesters in Bangkok have defied orders to leave their fortified camp,  with 37 people having died and more than 260 injured since the military  began its crackdown.

BANGKOK, THAILAND - MAY 18:  An anti-government red shirt protester  throws a molotov cocktail on to burning tyres on May 18, 2010 in  Bangkok, Thailand. Protesters have clashed with military forces for five  consecutive day in Bangkok after the government launched an operation  to disperse anti-government protesters who have closed parts of the city  for more than two months. Despite calls from the United Nations for  both sides to begin talks, anti-government protesters in Bangkok have  defied orders to leave their fortified camp, with 37 people having died  and more than 260 injured since the military began its crackdown.

BANGKOK, THAILAND - MAY 18:  An anti-government red shirt protester  fires a slingshot towards Thai security forces on May 18, 2010 in  Bangkok, Thailand. Protesters have clashed with military forces for five  consecutive day in Bangkok after the government launched an operation  to disperse anti-government protesters who have closed parts of the city  for more than two months. Despite calls from the United Nations for  both sides to begin talks, anti-government protesters in Bangkok have  defied orders to leave their fortified camp, with 37 people having died  and more than 260 injured since the military began its crackdown.

BANGKOK, THAILAND - MAY 18: Anti-government red shirt protesters  take cover behind a fence on May 18, 2010 in Bangkok, Thailand.  Protesters have clashed with military forces for five consecutive day in  Bangkok after the government launched an operation to disperse  anti-government protesters who have closed parts of the city for more  than two months. Despite calls from the United Nations for both sides to  begin talks, anti-government protesters in Bangkok have defied orders  to leave their fortified camp, with 37 people having died and more than  260 injured since the military began its crackdown.

Thai demonstrators stand behind a barricade in downtown Bangkok on  May 18, 2010. Thousands of anti-government protesters were locked in a  tense confrontation with troops, as the UN urged Thailand to 'step back  from the brink' to avoid further loss of life.

Anti-government 'red shirt' supporters launch fireworks towards  army soldiers at a check-point in Ding Daeng, near Bangkok's Victory  Monument, on May 18, 2010. Several thousand protestors, who have adopted  red as a protest colour and broadly support former premier Thaksin  Shinawatra, remain in a barricaded encampment in Bangkok's high-end  shopping, hotel and diplomatic district, refusing to leave.

An  anti-government 'red shirt' supporter runs past burning tyres and a  garbage truck which were set ablaze to block army soldiers at a  check-point in Ding Daeng, near Bangkok's Victory Monument, May 18,  2010. Several thousand protestors, who have adopted red as a protest  colour and broadly support former premier Thaksin Shinawatra, remain in a  barricaded encampment in Bangkok's high-end shopping, hotel and  diplomatic district, refusing to leave.

Thai demonstrators take cover behind a barrricade in downtown  Bangkok on May 18, 2010. Thousands of anti-government protesters were  locked in a tense confrontation with troops, as the UN urged Thailand to  'step back from the brink' to avoid further loss of life.

Anti-government 'red shirt' supporters launch fireworks towards  army soldiers at a check-point in Ding Daeng, near Bangkok's Victory  Monument, May 18, 2010. Several thousand protestors, who have adopted  red as a protest colour and broadly support former premier Thaksin  Shinawatra, remain in a barricaded encampment in Bangkok's high-end  shopping, hotel and diplomatic district, refusing to leave.

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The Thai government says an operation launched at daybreak to clear protesters from their barricaded encampment in downtown Bangkok will last throughout the day.

Government spokesman Panitan Wattanayagorn says Wednesday’s operation is designed “to secure the parameter in several locations in Bangkok.”

Panitan appeared on television several hours after the crackdown started.

Armored vehicles and soldiers converged on the protest encampment and have broken through a section of tire-and-bamboo barricade. Continuous gunfire is being heard from the area.

THIS IS A BREAKING NEWS UPDATE. Check back soon for further information. AP’s earlier story is below.

BANGKOK (AP) — Two Thai armored vehicles have toppled the tire-and-bamboo barricade of an encampment where anti-protesters are holed up in downtown Bangkok.

Bamboo spears splintered and tires scattered as the army vehicles repeatedly rammed the barricade. The vehicles made no attempt to drive through the large holes punched by their operation, and troops stayed outside.

Troops launched an operation Wednesday to disperse some 3,000 protesters inside the encampment, which they have occupied for weeks.

Soldiers fired sporadically into the protest zone Wednesday. A commander said a group of protesters were about 200 yards (meters) away.

At least 39 people have been killed and more than 300 people wounded in seven days of clashes in Bangkok. Yahoo News


Responses

  1. Yooooo !
    So what……
    THE HAPPIEST MAN IS MR. THAKSIN….!


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