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Martial law declared in Thailand

May 20, 2014, 3:41 UTC+3 BANGKOK
The opposition forces launched a large-scale action in Thailand on Monday the goal of which is the removal of the current government
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BANGKOK, May 20 /ITAR-TASS/. In the conditions of persisting political crisis, the army of Thailand has announced the introduction of martial law in the country to “keep law and order,” BBC reports.

The opposition forces launched a large-scale action in Thailand on Monday the goal of which is the removal of the current government. The protest action is expected to continue for a week and will include street protests and strikes of workers.

The protest actions in Thailand have continued for more than six months. As many as 28 people have been killed and more than 800 injured over this period.

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