Anti-government protesters during a rally in Bangkok, Thailand. Thailand’s main opposition party petitioned a court to annul last weekend’s disrupted national election, launching a legal challenge that could prolong the deeply divided country’s political paralysis.
An anti-government protester gestures from of a bus window as he travels to an office of the land transportation department in Nonthaburi province, on the outskirts of Bangkok. Hundreds of anti-government protesters travelled to the provincial office on Wednesday and demanded employees leave the building and suspend operations.
An anti-government protester during a rally in Bangkok, Thailand on Monday. A protest leader was shot and killed in Bangkok on Sunday when violence erupted as demonstrators blocked early voting in many areas of the capital ahead of a disputed election next week.
Employees take pictures though a window as anti-government protesters march through Bangkok’s business district on Thursday. The government declared a 60-day state of emergency, hoping to prevent an escalation in protests that have entered their third month.
Anti-government protesters help a fellow protester injured in a grenade attack during a rally in Bangkok on Friday
An anti-government protester wearing a T-shirt with a picture of King Bhumibol Adulyadej, blows a whistle as he takes part in a march through downtown Bangkok. Two people were wounded in a shooting at an opposition rally in the capital of Thailand on Tuesday, authorities said.
Anti-government protesters march though central Bangkok. Protesters trying to topple Thailand’s government moved to tighten the blockade around ministries and other state bodies on Tuesday and a hardline faction threatened to storm the stock exchange, while major intersections in the capital Bangkok remained blocked.
An anti-government protester stands on Victory Monument as thousands of demonstrators gather for a rally in Bangkok, Thailand. Protesters took over key intersections in the capital on Monday, halting much of the traffic into Bangkok’s central business district as part of a campaign to thwart elections and overthrow the prime minister.
Anti-government protesters fill the main roads from the Government Complex to Government House in Bangkok, Thailand, Monday
A protester gives roses to Thai policewomen outside city police headquarters in Bangkok, Thailand. Anti-government protesters swarmed into the Thai prime minister’s office compound Tuesday as police stood by and watched, allowing them to claim a symbolic victory after three days of bitter clashes
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A Thai anti-government protester throws a tear gas canister back to the police during a rally outside Government House in Bangkok, Thailand.
A soldier wears glasses given to him by one of the anti-government protesters who broke into the compound of the Royal Thai army headquarters in Bangkok
An anti-government protester cries as she joins others outside the defence ministry in central Bangkok, Thailand.
An anti-government protester waves a Thai national flag next to a portrait of King Bhumibol Adulyadej in Bangkok, Thailand
Thai anti-government protesters shout slogans during a rally occupying the finance ministry in Bangkok. Tens of thousands of protesters took over four more ministries: agriculture and co-operative, tourism and sports, transport, and interior. The protesters aim to paralyse the government of Yingluck Shinawatra.