Thousands of "Red shirts" begin to return home

21:23, May 20, 2010      

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"Red shirts" prepare to return home in Bangkok, capital of Thailand, May 20, 2010. Thousands of "Red shirts" began to return home after registration and security examination on Thursday. (Xinhua/Chen Duo)


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  • Fourth-grader Ma Lianghai (left) and third-grader Ma Linxiang are engrossed in their work during art class at Zhaojia Elementary School in Dongxiang, Gansu province, on Sept 18. (Photo by Xu Jingxing/China Daily)
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