>Thai police and villagers block Thai ultra-nationalists from reaching the Preah Vihear temple

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Police and villagers block a convoy of nationalist protesters from reaching a disputed ancient temple on the country’s border with Cambodia, 700 km (435 miles) northeast of Bangkok July 17, 2008. A political uproar in Thailand over Cambodia’s listing of the Preah Vihear temple as a World Heritage site has been stoked by anti-government groups seeking to oust Thai Prime Minister Samak Sundaravej’s shaky ruling coalition. REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang
Police try to move a villager lying on a highway to block a convoy of anti-government protesters from heading to the 900-year-old Hindu temple in Kantaralak district, 600 km northeast of Bangkok, July 17, 2008. Thai police and angry villagers blocked nationalist protesters on Thursday from rallying at an ancient temple at the centre of a diplomatic row with neighbouring Cambodia. REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang
Police try to move a villager lying on a highway to block a convoy of anti-government protesters from heading to the 900-year-old Hindu temple in Kantaralak district, 600 km northeast of Bangkok, July 17, 2008. Thai police and angry villagers blocked nationalist protesters on Thursday from rallying at an ancient temple at the centre of a diplomatic row with neighbouring Cambodia. REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang
A villager lies on a highway to block a convoy of anti-government protesters heading toward the 900-year-old Hindu temple in Kantaralak district, 600 km northeast of Bangkok July 17, 2008. Thai police and angry villagers blocked nationalist protesters on Thursday from rallying at an ancient temple at the centre of a diplomatic row with neighbouring Cambodia. REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang
Police and villagers block a convoy of nationalist protesters from reaching a disputed ancient temple on the country’s border with Cambodia, 700 km (435 miles) northeast of Bangkok July 17, 2008. A political uproar in Thailand over Cambodia’s listing of the Preah Vihear temple as a World Heritage site has been stoked by anti-government groups seeking to oust Thai Prime Minister Samak Sundaravej’s shaky ruling coalition. REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang
A villager’s face is covered in blood after skirmishes with nationalist protesters whom were marching to a disputed Hindu temple on the Cambodian border July 17, 2008. Thai police and angry villagers blocked nationalist protesters on Thursday from rallying at an ancient temple at the centre of a diplomatic row with neighbouring Cambodia. REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang
A villager’s face is covered in blood after skirmishes with nationalist protesters whom were marching to a disputed Hindu temple on the Cambodian border July 17, 2008. Thai police and angry villagers blocked nationalist protesters on Thursday from rallying at an ancient temple at the centre of a diplomatic row with neighbouring Cambodia. REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang
A villager gestures at a convoy of anti-government protesters heading to the disputed 900-year-old Hindu temple, in Kantaralak district, 600 km northeast of Bangkok July 17, 2008. Thai police and angry villagers blocked nationalist protesters on Thursday from rallying at an ancient temple at the centre of a diplomatic row with neighbouring Cambodia. REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang
A villager gestures at a convoy of anti-government protesters heading to the disputed 900-year-old Hindu temple, in Kantaralak district, 600 km northeast of Bangkok July 17, 2008. Thai police and angry villagers blocked nationalist protesters on Thursday from rallying at an ancient temple at the centre of a diplomatic row with neighbouring Cambodia. REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang

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