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Thailand's Military Crackdown

 
 

Thailand’s military has cracked down on dissenters and protestors following its declaration of martial law and subsequent coup in late May.

While much of the world’s attention has been focused on events in Bangkok, rallies and detentions have been taking place in other areas. Photojournalist Rohan Radheya captured the military’s response to a recent rally in Chiang Mai.

Thailand's Military Crackdown
Thai soldiers detain a protester at a rally against the military coup that took place on May 22, 2014 near the Chang Puak Gate in Chiang Mai, Thailand.
Image Credit: Rohan Radheya
Thailand's Military Crackdown
Thai soldiers stand guard at a rally against the military coup that took place on May 22, 2014 near the Chang Puak Gate in Chiang Mai, Thailand.
Image Credit: Rohan Radheya
Thailand's Military Crackdown
A rally against the military coup that took place on May 22, 2014 near the Chang Puak Gate in Chiang Mai, Thailand.
Image Credit: Rohan Radheya
Thailand's Military Crackdown
A rally against the military coup that took place on May 22, 2014 near the Chang Puak Gate in Chiang Mai, Thailand.
Image Credit: Rohan Radheya
Thailand's Military Crackdown
Thai soldiers detain a protester at a rally against the military coup that took place on May 22, 2014 near the Chang Puak Gate in Chiang Mai, Thailand.
Image Credit: Rohan Radheya
Thailand's Military Crackdown
Thai soldiers detain a protester at a rally against the military coup that took place on May 22, 2014 near the Chang Puak Gate in Chiang Mai, Thailand.
Image Credit: Rohan Radheya
Thailand's Military Crackdown
Thai soldiers detain a protester at a rally against the military coup that took place on May 22, 2014 near the Chang Puak Gate in Chiang Mai, Thailand.
Image Credit: Rohan Radheya
Thailand's Military Crackdown
A rally against the military coup that took place on May 22, 2014 near the Chang Puak Gate in Chiang Mai, Thailand.
Image Credit: Rohan Radheya
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