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Thai military stifles dissent

22 June 2014 Last updated at 23:35 BST

A month after overthrowing the civilian government in Thailand, the military authorities have moved to stifle all dissent in the country, arresting people for the smallest signs of defiance.

The police have warned that anyone calling for protests on social media will face prosecution for sedition.

Jonathan Head reports from Bangkok.

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