Thalandi police officer wearing an anti pollution mask in Bangkok's high pollution traffic flow. S. E. Asia
RMBR2GCMThalandi police officer wearing an anti pollution mask in Bangkok's high pollution traffic flow. S. E. Asia
Monks wearing gas masks are pictured on one of the stages of anti-government protesters during clashes between protesters and police near the Government House in Bangkok February 18, 2014. A Thai police officer was killed and dozens of police and anti-government protesters were wounded in gun battles and clashes in Bangkok on Tuesday, officials and witnesses said. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (THAILAND - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST RELIGION)
RM2D00N6AMonks wearing gas masks are pictured on one of the stages of anti-government protesters during clashes between protesters and police near the Government House in Bangkok February 18, 2014. A Thai police officer was killed and dozens of police and anti-government protesters were wounded in gun battles and clashes in Bangkok on Tuesday, officials and witnesses said. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (THAILAND - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST RELIGION)
Riot police officers wearing gas mask asking the media to leave the area and  don't allow them to walk further during an anti-government demonstration in Bangkok. Thousands of pro-democracy protesters gathered near the Grand Palace in Sanam Luang demanding the resignation of Thailand Prime Minister and the reform of the monarchy. The protesters also denounced the use of the Lese Majeste law under the section 112 of the penal code. The protest organized by REDEM (Restart Democracy) ended up with several clashes, the use of water cannon, tear gas and rubber bullet, which had left several injured
RM2F4EWJ4Riot police officers wearing gas mask asking the media to leave the area and don't allow them to walk further during an anti-government demonstration in Bangkok. Thousands of pro-democracy protesters gathered near the Grand Palace in Sanam Luang demanding the resignation of Thailand Prime Minister and the reform of the monarchy. The protesters also denounced the use of the Lese Majeste law under the section 112 of the penal code. The protest organized by REDEM (Restart Democracy) ended up with several clashes, the use of water cannon, tear gas and rubber bullet, which had left several injured
A police officer wearing PPE investigates at a blast site near a demonstration demanding to release the people arrested following the anti-government and reforming monarchy protests in Bangkok, Thailand, January 16, 2021. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun
RM2E30Y1GA police officer wearing PPE investigates at a blast site near a demonstration demanding to release the people arrested following the anti-government and reforming monarchy protests in Bangkok, Thailand, January 16, 2021. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun
Riot police wearing gas mask stand guard during an anti-government demonstration in Bangkok.Thousands of pro-democracy protesters gathered at Vibhavadi Rangsit Road in front of the 1st Infantry Regiment near the Prime Minister house demanding the resignation of Thailand Prime Minister and the reform of the monarchy in Bangkok, Thailand. The protesters also denounced the use of the ‘Lese Majeste law’ under the section 112 of the penal code. The protest organized by ‘FreeYouth’ ended up with several clashes, the use of water cannon, tear gas, rubber bullet, which had left a total of 18 injured.
RM2ER6F98Riot police wearing gas mask stand guard during an anti-government demonstration in Bangkok.Thousands of pro-democracy protesters gathered at Vibhavadi Rangsit Road in front of the 1st Infantry Regiment near the Prime Minister house demanding the resignation of Thailand Prime Minister and the reform of the monarchy in Bangkok, Thailand. The protesters also denounced the use of the ‘Lese Majeste law’ under the section 112 of the penal code. The protest organized by ‘FreeYouth’ ended up with several clashes, the use of water cannon, tear gas, rubber bullet, which had left a total of 18 injured.
A police officer wearing a face mask is seen through a gate, outside the Government House during a Thai anti-government mass protest, on the 47th anniversary of the 1973 student uprising, in Bangkok, Thailand October 14, 2020. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun
RM2D5XK0JA police officer wearing a face mask is seen through a gate, outside the Government House during a Thai anti-government mass protest, on the 47th anniversary of the 1973 student uprising, in Bangkok, Thailand October 14, 2020. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun
Riot police officers wearing gas mask stand guard near the Democracy Monument during an anti-government demonstration in Bangkok. Thousands of pro-democracy protesters gathered near the Grand Palace in Sanam Luang demanding the resignation of Thailand Prime Minister and the reform of the monarchy. The protesters also denounced the use of the Lese Majeste law under the section 112 of the penal code. The protest organized by REDEM (Restart Democracy) ended up with several clashes, the use of water cannon, tear gas and rubber bullet, which had left several injured. (Photo by Geem Drake / SOPA Ima
RM2F4EWE7Riot police officers wearing gas mask stand guard near the Democracy Monument during an anti-government demonstration in Bangkok. Thousands of pro-democracy protesters gathered near the Grand Palace in Sanam Luang demanding the resignation of Thailand Prime Minister and the reform of the monarchy. The protesters also denounced the use of the Lese Majeste law under the section 112 of the penal code. The protest organized by REDEM (Restart Democracy) ended up with several clashes, the use of water cannon, tear gas and rubber bullet, which had left several injured. (Photo by Geem Drake / SOPA Ima
Riot police officers wearing gas mask stand guard near the Democracy Monument during an anti-government demonstration in Bangkok. Thousands of pro-democracy protesters gathered near the Grand Palace in Sanam Luang demanding the resignation of Thailand Prime Minister and the reform of the monarchy. The protesters also denounced the use of the Lese Majeste law under the section 112 of the penal code. The protest organized by REDEM (Restart Democracy) ended up with several clashes, the use of water cannon, tear gas and rubber bullet, which had left several injured.
RM2F4EWD3Riot police officers wearing gas mask stand guard near the Democracy Monument during an anti-government demonstration in Bangkok. Thousands of pro-democracy protesters gathered near the Grand Palace in Sanam Luang demanding the resignation of Thailand Prime Minister and the reform of the monarchy. The protesters also denounced the use of the Lese Majeste law under the section 112 of the penal code. The protest organized by REDEM (Restart Democracy) ended up with several clashes, the use of water cannon, tear gas and rubber bullet, which had left several injured.
Riot police officers wearing gas mask stand guard near the Democracy Monument during an anti-government demonstration in Bangkok. Thousands of pro-democracy protesters gathered near the Grand Palace in Sanam Luang demanding the resignation of Thailand Prime Minister and the reform of the monarchy. The protesters also denounced the use of the Lese Majeste law under the section 112 of the penal code. The protest organized by REDEM (Restart Democracy) ended up with several clashes, the use of water cannon, tear gas and rubber bullet, which had left several injured. (Photo by Geem Drake / SOPA Ima
RM2F4EW7ARiot police officers wearing gas mask stand guard near the Democracy Monument during an anti-government demonstration in Bangkok. Thousands of pro-democracy protesters gathered near the Grand Palace in Sanam Luang demanding the resignation of Thailand Prime Minister and the reform of the monarchy. The protesters also denounced the use of the Lese Majeste law under the section 112 of the penal code. The protest organized by REDEM (Restart Democracy) ended up with several clashes, the use of water cannon, tear gas and rubber bullet, which had left several injured. (Photo by Geem Drake / SOPA Ima
Riot police officers wearing gas mask stand guard near the Democracy Monument during an anti-government demonstration in Bangkok. Thousands of pro-democracy protesters gathered near the Grand Palace in Sanam Luang demanding the resignation of Thailand Prime Minister and the reform of the monarchy. The protesters also denounced the use of the Lese Majeste law under the section 112 of the penal code. The protest organized by REDEM (Restart Democracy) ended up with several clashes, the use of water cannon, tear gas and rubber bullet, which had left several injured.
RM2F4EWBMRiot police officers wearing gas mask stand guard near the Democracy Monument during an anti-government demonstration in Bangkok. Thousands of pro-democracy protesters gathered near the Grand Palace in Sanam Luang demanding the resignation of Thailand Prime Minister and the reform of the monarchy. The protesters also denounced the use of the Lese Majeste law under the section 112 of the penal code. The protest organized by REDEM (Restart Democracy) ended up with several clashes, the use of water cannon, tear gas and rubber bullet, which had left several injured.
Riot police officers wearing gas mask stand guard near the Democracy Monument during an anti-government demonstration in Bangkok. Thousands of pro-democracy protesters gathered near the Grand Palace in Sanam Luang demanding the resignation of Thailand Prime Minister and the reform of the monarchy. The protesters also denounced the use of the Lese Majeste law under the section 112 of the penal code. The protest organized by REDEM (Restart Democracy) ended up with several clashes, the use of water cannon, tear gas and rubber bullet, which had left several injured. (Photo by Geem Drake / SOPA Ima
RM2F4EW36Riot police officers wearing gas mask stand guard near the Democracy Monument during an anti-government demonstration in Bangkok. Thousands of pro-democracy protesters gathered near the Grand Palace in Sanam Luang demanding the resignation of Thailand Prime Minister and the reform of the monarchy. The protesters also denounced the use of the Lese Majeste law under the section 112 of the penal code. The protest organized by REDEM (Restart Democracy) ended up with several clashes, the use of water cannon, tear gas and rubber bullet, which had left several injured. (Photo by Geem Drake / SOPA Ima
Riot police officers wearing gas mask stand guard near the Democracy Monument during an anti-government demonstration in Bangkok. Thousands of pro-democracy protesters gathered near the Grand Palace in Sanam Luang demanding the resignation of Thailand Prime Minister and the reform of the monarchy. The protesters also denounced the use of the Lese Majeste law under the section 112 of the penal code. The protest organized by REDEM (Restart Democracy) ended up with several clashes, the use of water cannon, tear gas and rubber bullet, which had left several injured.
RM2F4EWCFRiot police officers wearing gas mask stand guard near the Democracy Monument during an anti-government demonstration in Bangkok. Thousands of pro-democracy protesters gathered near the Grand Palace in Sanam Luang demanding the resignation of Thailand Prime Minister and the reform of the monarchy. The protesters also denounced the use of the Lese Majeste law under the section 112 of the penal code. The protest organized by REDEM (Restart Democracy) ended up with several clashes, the use of water cannon, tear gas and rubber bullet, which had left several injured.