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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 For more on this story, ...

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Terror and Impunity in Kashmir | FPIF

National security laws like the Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA), in effect in Kashmir since 1990, guarantee impunity to military personnel accused of these crimes. Against this continuing chronicle of military terror, the Kashmiri movement for justice and rights offers a profoundly moral voice.

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