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Thai supreme commander of the military General Tanasak Patimapragorn (C) and Army Commander Prayuth Chan-ocha (2-L)

Thailand’s Top Military Brass Meet to End Political Divide

Thai supreme commander of the military General Tanasak Patimapragorn (C) and Army Commander Prayuth Chan-ocha (2-L)   BANGKOK – In a rare move, top military leaders will meet tomorrow to discuss a possible solution for the country at a time of political deadlock and likely confrontation between pro- and anti-government groups this Saturday. Armed Forces […]

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Military urges Songkran negotiations

The military still wants all parties involved in the current political conflict to talk to each other, and prevent violence, Royal Thai Air force Commander-in-Chief ACM Prajin Juntong said in an exclusive interview with Nation Multimedia Group editor in chief Thepchai Yong. Full News here – NationMultimedia.com – Politics

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Kenney: No discussion with Thailand on access to military bases

In an exclusive interview, US Ambassador Kristie Kenney talks to Nation Multimedia Group chairman Suthichai Yoon about the current US policies towards Asia, including economic and security, as well as whether the US has requested the use of military bases in Thailand. Full News here – NationMultimedia.com – National

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Military to maintain bunkers despite lifting of emergency

THE MILITARY will maintain its force and 176 street bunkers across Bangkok, even though the government has lifted the emergency decree. Full News here – NationMultimedia.com – Politics

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Military reshuffle expected today

Navy Seals chief tipped for promotion, as well as army commander injured in notorious clash with red shirts Full News here – NationMultimedia.com – Politics

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Military data suggests ‘skilled’ flyer turned Malaysia jet

Investigators now believe a Malaysian jet that vanished was commandeered by a “skilled, competent” flyer who piloted the plane for hours, a senior Malaysian military official said Saturday as Prime Minister Najib Razak prepared to address the nation. Full News here – NationMultimedia.com –

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Japan appeals to world to restrain ‘military expansion’ in Asia

DAVOS, Switzerland – Japan on Wednesday appealed to the world to restrain “military expansion” in Asia or risk a regional conflict with catastrophic economic consequences. Full News here – NationMultimedia.com – Breakingnews

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Yingluck tells top brass to instruct military personnel to check voting rights

Caretaker Prime Minister and Defence Minister Yingluck Shinawatra told the top brass to instruct their subordinates to check their voting rights, a well-informed source said on Thursday. Full News here – NationMultimedia.com –

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Army chief hits back at red-shirt leaders, telling them to stop framing military

Army Commander-in-Chief Gen Prayuth Chan-ocha Monday hit back at the red-shirt leaders, saying they should stop trying to frame the military and should take responsibility for damages done in red-shirt protests in 2010. Full News here – NationMultimedia.com – Breakingnews

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Speculation on another military coup intensifies

More talk of a possible coup and the recent political developments have only added to speculation of another military putsch. Full News here – NationMultimedia.com – Politics

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FILE - Thailand Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra pauses as she talks to media after attending a Cabinet meeting, in Bangkok.

Suthep Calls for Bangkok Shut Down, Yingluck Seek Military Backing

FILE – Thailand Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra pauses as she talks to media after attending a Cabinet meeting, in Bangkok.   BANGKOK — Caretaker Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra returned to the capital, Bangkok, on Wednesday for traditional New Year celebrations in a display of unity alongside military chiefs before a looming showdown with anti-government […]

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Army Commander-in-Chief General Prayuth Chan-ocha

General Prayuth says the Military Will Not Abandon the People

Army Commander-in-Chief General Prayuth Chan-ocha   BANGKOK – Army Commander-in-Chief General Prayuth Chan-ocha reaffirmed the military’s neutral stand in the wake of the current political conflict but stressed that it could not abandon the people either. While admitting that the conflict is of great concern, he said that the military could not take sides.  He […]

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Prayuth refuses to rule out a military coup

For the first time since the anti-government protests began almost two months ago, the Army chief has refused to rule out the possibility of a military coup. Full News here – NationMultimedia.com –

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Military must choose ‘the side of righteousness’ say retired officers

A group of retired police and military officers Friday issued a statement, urging the military’s top brass to choose “the side of righteousness” and demand the government implement political reforms, before holding elections on February 2. Full News here – NationMultimedia.com –

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Military urged to choose the side of righteousness’ :

A group of retired police and military officers issued a statement yesterday, urging the military’s top brass to choose “the side of righteousness” and demand the government implement political reforms, before the February 2 election. Full News here – NationMultimedia.com –

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