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Thailand junta tackling sputtering economy
Months of turmoil has brought Southeast Asia's second-largest economy to its knees, but some say the coup may revive it.
Last updated: 27 May 2014 13:25 GMT
Army ultimatum for defiant Thai protesters
Junta warns anti-coup protesters it will not tolerate rallies and could jail dissenters for up to two years.
Last updated: 25 May 2014 19:31 GMT
Thailand: Military rule and 'Red Shirt' anger
Defying the army's orders, anti-coup protests are popping up in Bangkok after last week's military takeover.
Last updated: 25 May 2014 14:11 GMT
Protesters defy Thai military rulers' warning
Supporters of ousted government told not to stage anti-coup rallies as military holds meetings with business leaders.
Last updated: 25 May 2014 08:25 GMT
US cancels military exercises with Thailand
Joint military and police training exercises cancelled, as protests continue in Bangkok over military coup.
Last updated: 25 May 2014 05:05 GMT
Thai military leaders dissolve Senate
Military says it is assuming all political power, a day after arresting former prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra.
Last updated: 25 May 2014 00:46 GMT
Thai military takeover threatens tourism
Military putsch likely to harm kingdom's key tourism industry as nationwide curfew imposed and travel warnings issued.
Last updated: 24 May 2014 14:42 GMT
Thai military detains former prime minister
Yingluck Shinawatra among dozens of politicians held after being summoned to a military base following Thursday's coup.
Last updated: 24 May 2014 07:03 GMT
Former Thai PM placed under house arrest
Yingluck Shinawatra and dozens of prominent politicians placed under military supervision.
Last updated: 24 May 2014 03:13 GMT
Thailand: Yet another coup
Thailand's military coup is democracy at the barrel of a gun.
Last updated: 23 May 2014 16:34 GMT
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