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Red Shirt Rally in Bangkok caused road blocks

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ฺBANGKOK, 19 March 2011 (NNT)-The United Front for Democracy Against Dictatorship (UDD) protesters have gathered at Ratchaprasong intersection this morning to mark the 10th month anniversary of crackdown on the Red Shirt rally which took place in May last year before moving to the Democracy Monument later today.

Ratchadamri Road and areas around Central World Complex have been blocked due to a mass gathering while the traffics were still moving along slowly around these areas. On stage were the Red Shirt leaders Dr. Wang Tojirakarn and his wife along with Mr. Kokeaw Pikulthong giving the speech to their members.

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