May 14, 2010 / 7:16 AM / 9 years ago

Foreign journalist shot during Bangkok clashes

BANGKOK (Reuters) - A foreign journalist was shot on Friday during clashes between Thai anti-government protesters and troops in central Bangkok, a Reuters witness said, but his condition was unknown.

The journalist, whose identity and nationality were unknown, was standing between troops and protesters when he was shot. He had been holding a video camera. Blood was seen streaming from his hand when he was carried away by protesters.

Reporting by Adrees Latif. Editing by Jason Szep

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