Thailand violence flares as red-shirts and troops clash [BBC, April 28, 2010 — includes video footage]
Thai troops and a convoy of hundreds of red-shirt protesters have clashed on the outskirts of Bangkok.
One soldier has died, reportedly from a shot fired by a member of the security forces, and at least 10 people have been injured.
The protesters had earlier left their fortified camp in central Bangkok to drive to a rally 50km (30 miles) away.
Thai troops, protesters clash in Bangkok suburb [Reuters, April 28, 2010]
Thai troops fired live rounds in the air and shot rubber bullets in a chaotic clash with anti-government protesters on a highway in Bangkok’s suburbs on Wednesday that wounded 10 people and possibly killed one.
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