Thailand's dissidents fear murder or disappearance

In December, the mutilated bodies of two critics of the monarchy, living in Laos, were found in the Mekong River.

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    Critics of Thailand's military and monarchy say they fear for their lives after the murder and disappearance of several dissidents in neighbouring countries.

    Hundreds of people left the country after a military coup in 2014, and many others are in hiding. They include a music group, as Al Jazeera's Wayne Hay reports from Bangkok.


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