Can Thailand be saved by a coup d’etat?

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Martial law continued to rule Thailand on Friday after the military chief seized power saying warring political factions had failed to resolve months of turmoil that has paralysed this southeast Asian nation. Politicians on both sides of the political divide were rounded up Thursday and summoned to appear by the army on Friday as the country entered its fourth day under military rule. Army chief General Prayuth Chan-ocha declared martial law on national television at 3am on Tuesday, saying it was necessary to prevent an escalation of violence as thousands of government supporters from the north and northeast converged on the capital, Bangkok. The pro-government “Red Shirts” had mobilised as…

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ECB charges Lou Vincent and Naved Arif with match-fixing county cricket game
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