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New Thai rulers still on guard, one month after coup

One month after Thailand’s coup, the new regime is struggling to overcome its international image as a kingdom in crisis, and remains on guard against the potential threat still posed by ousted premier Thaksin Shinawatra. Despite insistent calls from the European Union and the United States, the junta has refused to lift martial law, which sharply limits civil liberties and threatens to cut short the honeymoon that the generals have enjoyed with a large segment of the population, diplomats and analysts said. Full Story

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