Bersih 2.0 Rally

Police face off against thousands of Bersih supporters during the Bersih 2.0 rally in Kuala Lumpur, July 9, 2011. Over 20,000 Malaysians defied government warnings by marching for electoral reforms, as police fired tear gas and detained more than 1,600 in the country’s biggest political rally in four years. Photo by Fazrul Hasnor

Bersih supporters try to run from tear gas during Bersih 2.0 rally in Kuala Lumpur, July 9, 2011. Over 20,000 Malaysians defied government warnings by marching for electoral reforms, as police fired tear gas and detained more than 1,600 in the country’s biggest political rally in four years. Photo by Fazrul Hasnor

Bersih supporters try to run from police during Bersih 2.0 rally in Kuala Lumpur, July 9, 2011. Over 20,000 Malaysians defied government warnings by marching for electoral reforms, as police fired tear gas and detained more than 1,600 in the country’s biggest political rally in four years. Photo by Fazrul Hasnor

A Bersih supporter collapses during the Bersih 2.0 rally in Kuala Lumpur, July 9, 2011. Over 20,000 Malaysians defied government warnings by marching for electoral reforms, as police fired tear gas and detained more than 1,600 in the country’s biggest political rally in four years. Photo by Fazrul Hasnor

Police try detained Bersih supporters during the Bersih 2.0 rally in Kuala Lumpur, July 9, 2011. Over 20,000 Malaysians defied government warnings by marching for electoral reforms, as police fired tear gas and detained more than 1,600 in the country’s biggest political rally in four years. Photo by Fazrul Hasnor

Bersih supporters try to run from police during the Bersih 2.0 rally in Kuala Lumpur, July 9, 2011. Over 20,000 Malaysians defied government warnings by marching for electoral reforms, as police fired tear gas and detained more than 1,600 in the country’s biggest political rally in four years. Photo by Fazrul Hasnor

A Bersih supporter detained by police during the Bersih 2.0 rally in Kuala Lumpur, July 9, 2011. Over 20,000 Malaysians defied government warnings by marching for electoral reforms, as police fired tear gas and detained more than 1,600 in the country’s biggest political rally in four years. Photo by Fazrul Hasnor

Police try detain Bersih supporters during the Bersih 2.0 rally in Kuala Lumpur, July 9, 2011. Over 20,000 Malaysians defied government warnings by marching for electoral reforms, as police fired tear gas and detained more than 1,600 in the country’s biggest political rally in four years. Photo by Fazrul Hasnor

A Bersih supporter is detained by police during the Bersih 2.0 rally in Kuala Lumpur, July 9, 2011. Over 20,000 Malaysians defied government warnings by marching for electoral reforms, as police fired tear gas and detained more than 1,600 in the country’s biggest political rally in four years. Photo by Fazrul Hasnor

A Bersih supporter reacts after detained by police during the Bersih 2.0 rally in Kuala Lumpur, July 9, 2011. Over 20,000 Malaysians defied government warnings by marching for electoral reforms, as police fired tear gas and detained more than 1,600 in the country’s biggest political rally in four years. Photo by Fazrul Hasnor

A man watches from inside a train station as a protesters are detained by police during the Bersih 2.0 rally in Kuala Lumpur, July 9, 2011. Over 20,000 Malaysians defied government warnings by marching for electoral reforms, as police fired tear gas and detained more than 1,600 in the country’s biggest political rally in four years. Photo by Fazrul Hasnor

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