Thailand protesters charged with sedition

Anti-government protesters in Thailand have been charged with sedition. Nine of them face at least seven years in jail, if they are found guilty. They had been calling for elections and an end to military rule.

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    Anti-government protesters in Thailand have been charged with sedition. Nine of them face at least seven years in jail, if they are found guilty. They had been calling for elections and an end to military rule.

    Al Jazeera's Wayne Hay reports from Bangkok.


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