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US says Thailand military exercises will continue

US says Thailand military exercises will continue

October 25, 2014

BANGKOK, Oct 25 — The United States said today a “scaled-down” version of annual military exercises in Thailand will go ahead next year, after mulling moving the drills outside the kingdom in response to an army coup. Washington suspended US$4.7 million (RM15.41) in security-related aid to Thailand, roughly half of its annual assistance to the longtime ally, after the Thai military seized power from an elected government in May. In June the United States said it was also considering... Read more

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