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Manila hotel siege: Rebels surrender  Dramatically played out on live TV, an opposition politician and military officers surrendered to government forces after taking over a luxury hotel 10 charged with alleged Laos plot  California: 10 people, including a former general in the Laotian army, were arrested and charged with an alleged plot to overthrow the Laotian governmen... Military tightens grip  Thailand: Martial law has been declared. Gatherings of people and critical news reporting banned Army chief leads coup while PM away
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1. 2014-09-10 Thai coup leaders 'must end repression' - Amnesty Thailand
2. 2014-05-23 Thailand army continues crackdown after coup Bangkok
3. 2014-05-22 Coup leader summons Thai politicians Bangkok
E. 2014-05-22 Thai military announces coup Bangkok
5. 2014-05-20 Thai PM plea as martial law imposed Bangkok
2014-05-19 Thailand army declares martial law Bangkok
H. 2007-11-29 Manila hotel siege: Rebels surrender Manila
8. 2006-09-19 Military tightens grip Thailand

Thai military announces coup Map of Bangkok  Bangkok: Thailand's military has announced it is taking control of the government and has suspended the constitution Thai PM plea as martial law imposed   Bangkok: Niwatthamrong Boonsongphaisan has issued a plea for the army to act peacefully and within the constitution following its imposition of martial... Thailand army declares martial law Map of Bangkok
Thai coup leaders 'must end repression' - Amnesty  Thailand: Thailand's military government has engaged in 'widespread' human rights violations since the May coup, Amnesty International says Thailand army continues crackdown after coup Map of Bangkok  Bangkok: Thailand's military has ordered 35 more people, including prominent academics, to report to them by Saturday as their crackdown continues Coup leader summons Thai politicians Map of Bangkok

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  Bangkok: General Prayuth Chan-Ocha has summoned more than 100 key political figures to a meeting in Bangkok, a day after taking power in a coup
  Bangkok: The Thai army says that it is imposing martial law amid a political crisis 'to preserve law and order'. The army granted itself wide-ranging powers
 Soldiers have taken over TV and radio stations, and blocked off roads in the capital

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  Thailand: The chiefs of the army, navy and air force met with King Adulyadej to declare they were taking over the country
 Army chief Gen. Boonyaratkalin announced that the military and opposition Party of Democratic Reform were taking over while Thaksin Shinawatra was at a U.N. meeting. Thaksin canceled a scheduled speech to the U.N. General Assembly. He said that his government was still in control and announced he was firing Sonthi. Tanks and troops patrolled Bangkok. Police were closing stores
Tanks appear in Bangkok - reports  Thailand: Tanks have taken up position around the government headquarters blocking traffic Feb.23 Army 'foils coup plot'
  Manila: The army says it has thwarted an attempt by soldiers to overthrow the president Gloria Arroyo

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Jul.27   Ex-Estrada aide held over mutiny  Philippines: Police have arrested Ramon Cardenas over allegations he was involved in a weekend mutiny by nearly 300 soldiers Rebel troops end mutiny  Manila: Renegade troops (296 soldiers, including 70 officers) have agreed to return to barracks Jul.26   Arroyo sets deadline for mutineers  Manila: President is giving armed men until 5 p.m. to leave the Glorietta Shopping Center Armed men seize center of Manila
  30 members of the military have seized the financial center of the capital and set up booby traps
  Arroyo admits small army 'mutiny'  Manila: The government confirmed that 'a small band of rogue officers' walked off their posts

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