Thai Military Declares Martial Law It appears a military coup is underway in Thailand. The siege began late last night in Bangkok. Tanks rolled through the streets and surrounded the government offices of Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra, who was at the United Nations in New York. The military declared martial law.
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Thai Military Declares Martial Law

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Thai Military Declares Martial Law

Thai Military Declares Martial Law

Thai Military Declares Martial Law

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It appears a military coup is underway in Thailand. The siege began late last night in Bangkok. Tanks rolled through the streets and surrounded the government offices of Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra, who was at the United Nations in New York. The military declared martial law.

Guest:

Nirmal Ghosh, Thailand correspondent for the South East Asian newspaper The Straits Times