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Posted: 22 May 2014 | 5:41 pm
Thailand's military has announced an official coup, in the wake of a failure at reconciliation between the country's warring political parties.
In the short span of a few days, martial law first came into force and the military said there was no coup.
Now after talks have been unsuccessful between political rivals, the military has now effectively taken control of the country.
What's next Thailand? Stay tuned.
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