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Thailand army declares martial law, denies coup | theguardian.com

Thailand’s army has declared martial law ‘to keep law and order’ after six months of violent unrest and anti-government demonstrations. The move was announced on the military’s television channel and sparked fears of yet another coup d’etat in a country where there have been 11 armed takeovers since the end of absolute monarchy in 1932

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