Red Protests – Thai-language newspapers reporting on the events of Saturday, April 10, 2010

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(Source: KhosSod, April 12, 2010)

Above: KhaoSod, April 12, 2010 - The dead displayed on the Red Shirt rally stage

From Daily News, April 11, 2010
The headline reads: Bloodshed! - Violent clash between Army and red shirts - 12 die and more than 500 suffer injury - Bullets and bombs wreak damage among the masses

From Daily News, April 12, 2010
The headline reads: 12 died in sacrifice - Army moves to dissolve the red rally injuring more than 500 - 'Mark’ [Abhisit] expresses condolence in tension, but will maintain the law

From Komchadluek, April 12, 2010
The headline reads: To solve the situation - Investigating deaths - PM expresses condolence- Prayuth [Gen Prayuth Chanocha, Region 1 Army Commander] dissatisfied by Reds injuring subordinates - Smell of coup in the air
Popular opinion urges for peace - Stop killing each other in the center of the city
The red in provinces turn angry - Chiang Mai-Udon Thani Reds seize the provincial halls
Violent clash killing 12 - 9 people and 3 soldiers, injury rate of more than 500
Bad omen of UDD - the image of the Emerald Buddha breaks into two pieces

From Khao Sod, April 11, 2010
The headline reads: Uproar of ‘guns-bombs’ - Sedition! - Death-injury more than 500

From Komchadluek, April 11, 2010
Tragedy of the Bloody April - Thais kill each other - 2 sides clash in grudge - Government and UDD negotiation remains silent - Prayuth's dissatisfaction on shooting injury of soldiers - Death of 8 UDD/soldiers/journalists in the clash - Injury of more than 500 - Who is to take responsibility

From Thai Rath, April 12, 2010
The headline reads: Mark [Abhisit] neither to resign nor dissolve parliament - 12 dead in dark April
Both guns and bombs injuring more than 500, the Center for the Resolution of the Emergency Situation [CRES] steps back to seek negotiation with UDD - PM urges autopsy for UDD dead

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