South Korean riot police use force to break up a protest in

SOUTH KOREA - MAY 04: South Korean riot police use force to break up a protest in Pyeongtaek, South Korea, about 65 kilometers south of Seoul, and near the U.S. military facility Camp Humphreys, on Thursday, May 4, 2006. Police using shields and wielding batons clashed with villagers and students who were protesting the expansion of a U.S. military base that will house the military's new headquarters in South Korea. (Photo by Seokyong Lee/Bloomberg via Getty Images)
SOUTH KOREA - MAY 04: South Korean riot police use force to break up a protest in Pyeongtaek, South Korea, about 65 kilometers south of Seoul, and near the U.S. military facility Camp Humphreys, on Thursday, May 4, 2006. Police using shields and wielding batons clashed with villagers and students who were protesting the expansion of a U.S. military base that will house the military's new headquarters in South Korea. (Photo by Seokyong Lee/Bloomberg via Getty Images)
South Korean riot police use force to break up a protest in
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