May 22, 2014

5-Step Guide to Thai Military Coup

Adam Taylor, Washington Post

The Associated Press

Following months of political instability and days of leadership limbo, Thailand's military officially announced Thursday evening that it had taken over the government, turning the non-coup into an official coup.

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