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Greeks march to mark 1973 student revolt against junta

ATHENS (Reuters) - Thousands of Greeks protesting against austerity policies rallied in Athens on Saturday to mark a bloody student uprising almost four decades ago against the military junta that ruled the country at the time.

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Blast in Myanmar as constitution talks resume

YANGON (Reuters) - An explosion wounded two people in Myanmar's capital on Monday as the military junta resumed constitutional talks dismissed by critics as a smokescreen to further entrench more than four decades of army rule.

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Blast in Myanmar as constitution talks resume

YANGON (Reuters) - An explosion wounded two people in Myanmar's capital on Monday as the military junta resumed constitutional talks dismissed by critics as a smokescreen to further entrench more than four decades of army rule.

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Myanmar junta names negotiator for Suu Kyi talks

YANGON (Reuters) - Myanmar's military junta has appointed a deputy minister to negotiate with detained opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi on the regime's offer of direct talks, state television said on Monday.

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Guinea junta names civilian prime minister

CONAKRY (Reuters) - Guinea's ruling military junta named banker Kabine Komara as prime minister on Tuesday, a week after it took control of the West African bauxite exporter.

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Shooting in capital as Mali junta hunts "mercenaries"

BAMAKO (Reuters) - Gunfire erupted in Mali's capital Bamako on Wednesday in the third day of clashes between the military junta and soldiers loyal to the ousted president, causing residents to flee for cover, witnesses said.

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Fiji's junta chief steps down from military ahead of elections

SYDNEY (Reuters) - The leader of Fiji's military junta officially resigned his position in the armed forces on Wednesday ahead of national elections he is widely expected to win.

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Thailand's junta "manipulated" election, ousted PM Thaksin says in NYT article

BANGKOK (Reuters) - Thailand's ousted former prime minister, Thaksin Shinawatra, said on Monday that the ruling military junta "manipulated" the results of an election after a party of his loyalists did worse than expected.

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Ex-PM Thaksin fears Thai junta plans to cling on to power

NEW YORK:The Thai military junta wants to cling on to power as long as possible, the country’s fugitive former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra said in an interview in New York, not ruling out a return to politics.

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Myanmar army junta makes way for civilian govt

YANGON (Reuters) - Myanmar's military junta made way for a new government on Wednesday, ushering in a new era of civilian rule dominated by the same authoritarian generals who have isolated the country for nearly two decades.