Thailand's Military Coup Continues As General Prayuth Receives Royal Endorsement : News Photo

Thailand's Military Coup Continues As General Prayuth Receives Royal Endorsement

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BANGKOK, THAILAND - MAY 28: Thai military police take cover as tensions rise during anti-coup protests on May 28, 2014 in Bangkok, Thailand. Widespread Facebook outage occurred in Thailand on Wednesday afternoon while the ruling military junta who staged a coup last week denied that they caused it. The Thai military has warned Thai citizens about expressing dissent using social media. Thailand is known as a country with a very unstable political record and is now experiencing it's 12th coup with 7 attempted pervious coups. (Photo by Paula Bronstein/Getty Images)
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BANGKOK, THAILAND - MAY 28: Thai military police take cover as tensions rise during anti-coup protests on May 28, 2014 in Bangkok, Thailand. Widespread Facebook outage occurred in Thailand on Wednesday afternoon while the ruling military junta who staged a coup last week denied that they caused it. The Thai military has warned Thai citizens about expressing dissent using social media. Thailand is known as a country with a very unstable political record and is now experiencing it's 12th coup with 7 attempted pervious coups. (Photo by Paula Bronstein/Getty Images)
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