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Tight security on eve of Bangladesh power transfer

DHAKA (Reuters) - Security was tightened in the Bangladeshi capital on Friday as Prime Minister Begum Khaleda Zia prepared to hand over power to a caretaker authority, after some 100 people were injured in clashes between political rivals.

World

Tight security on eve of Bangladesh power transfer

DHAKA (Reuters) - Security was tightened in the Bangladeshi capital on Friday as Prime Minister Begum Khaleda Zia prepared to hand over power to a caretaker authority, after some 100 people were injured in clashes between political rivals.

Letters

Not just another coup, maybe

Despite complaints from democrats who prefer regime change by the ballot, coup leaders and their supporters could not see a viable future for the country if then-caretaker premier Thaksin Shinawatra returned to power after November's planned election, observes BUNN NAGARA.

Nation

Thai situation ripe for a coup

Since Tuesday night's coup, Dr Panitan Wattanayagorn's phone hasn't stopped ringing.

AseanPlus News

How Thaksin lost the deal to keep his premiership

IT WAS duplicity and insincerity that brought about the downfall of the caretaker government on Tuesday night.

Nation

Muslim rebel leader welcomes Thailand's coup

An exiled Muslim rebel leader on Thursday welcomed Thailand's military overthrow of Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra, saying the coup could help resolve a bloody Islamic insurgency in the country's south.----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

AseanPlus News

The king’s invisible hand

For many in Thailand, it was a clash between two men: an arrogant prime minister and a humble king who always wins.

AseanPlus News

Civilian government ‘in 2 weeks’

Administrative Reform Council (ARC) leader Gen Sonthi Boonyaratkalin told foreign diplomats that a civilian government would be appointed to run the country within two weeks and a general election could be carried out by October next year.

Nation

All eyes on coup leaders

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All eyes on coup leaders

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