Fears are growing about how the Thai military will respond to a protest movement calling for major political reform.
Inspired by Hong Kong, protesters have marched in Thailand, hoping for major reforms under the country's military junta.
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Thai government edicts for the media to remain calm have been confused as the government itself tries to make hay.
The operation to save the soccer team stuck in a flooded cave in Thailand was marked by an unwillingness to back down -- and that was just the journalists.