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Thailand to hold first election since coup on March 24

Thailand last held a successful election in 2011

Thai junta blocks rights meeting in Bangkok

Rights activists say Thailand's ruling junta has worked systematically to snuff out all challenges to its authority.

​Thailand’s coup leaders keep ex-PM, Cabinet detained ‘to think’

Coup leaders say they will keep former prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra, Cabinet members and anti-government protest leaders in detention.

Thai army declares martial law

After six months of political unrest and a day after the caretaker prime minister refused to stand down, Thailand's army has declared martial law.

State of emergency ‘will have to stay’, says Thai minister

Despite several protest sites shutting down, Thailand's foreign minister says emergency laws could be extended until demonstrations end completely.

Hugs and roses as Thailand protesters enter govt grounds

In surreal scenes after days of violent marches, Thailand's protesters hugged police as they entered Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra's grounds.

Thailand: Police allow protesters into state buildings

Thailand's government has ordered police to stand down, bringing an end to days of violence in Bangkok in which five people have died.

Thailand’s Yingluck calls for talks amid violent protests

Thailand's Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra says she would "open every door" to find a peaceful solution to a political crisis gripping Bangkok.

Thai prime minister Yingluck flees as protesters step-up action

Thousands of protesters launched a "people's coup" on Thailand's government on Sunday, swarming multiple state agencies in violent clashes.

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