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Bangkok curfew extended as clean up continues

Bangkok curfew extended as clean up continues
Workers clear an area near Victory Monument after violent clashes between anti-government Red shirt protesters and Thai security forces in Bangkok. The Thai Prime Minister said order has been restored to the capital and throughout the country. (Getty Images)
Bangkok curfew extended as clean up continues
Workers fix an electric system destroyed by fires. A night-time curfew remains in place in Bangkok and 23 provinces to prevent a resurgence of unrest. (Getty Images)
Bangkok curfew extended as clean up continues
Anti-government protesters gather inside Thai Police Headquarters as they surrender a day after the army assault on their fortified protest site. At least 44 people have been killed in clashes over a period of six consecutive days. (Getty Images)
Bangkok curfew extended as clean up continues
Thai residents check out damage along Rama 4 Road. (Getty Images)
Bangkok curfew extended as clean up continues
Hundreds of Bangkok residents participate in a Bangkok Clean Up day sweeping up the streets with soap and water after the capital experienced its worst political violence in decades. (Getty Images)
Bangkok curfew extended as clean up continues
A Thai soldier displays weapons seized from Red shirt protesters during a press conference. (Getty Images)