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Crackdown on Protests Continues in Thailandi
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Steve Herman
June 02, 2014 9:23 PM
Thailand’s military is organizing a public event in support of the May 22nd coup led by the army’s chief. It is to occur Wednesday, following a series of small, illegal protests in the capital against the military regime that has voided the constitution, censored the media and imposed strict curbs on political speech. More from VOA’s Steve Herman in Bangkok.

Crackdown on Protests Continues in Thailand

Published June 02, 2014

Thailand’s military is organizing a public event in support of the May 22nd coup led by the army’s chief. It is to occur Wednesday, following a series of small, illegal protests in the capital against the military regime that has voided the constitution, censored the media and imposed strict curbs on political speech. More from VOA’s Steve Herman in Bangkok.


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