Thailand cracks down on criticism of the royal family

Thailand's military government is ramping up a crackdown against people insulting or criticising the royal family. Over the past three years, more than 100 people have been charged or convicted under strict lese-majeste laws.

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    Thailand's military government is ramping up its crackdown on people insulting or criticising the royal family.

    Over the past three years, more than 100 people have been charged or convicted under strict lese-majeste laws.

    Wayne Hay reports from Khon Kaen.


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