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Thai coup leaders seeking acceptance

Thailand’s military rulers are struggling to convince the international community that staging a coup was the only way to maintain democracy here. But it’s been a tough sell. Troops and tanks rolled through Bangkok’s streets just over a week ago and deposed Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra, who had overwhelmingly won the past three elections. The United States and other governments quickly condemned the coup as a setback to democracy. Full Story

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