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2014-01-21 State of emergency declared for Bangkok Bangkok
C. 2012-05-27 Lady Gaga cancels Indonesia concert Indonesia
3. 2011-12-04 China 'ill-prepared' for unrest Beijing
E. 2011-09-03 Proposed legal changes cause jitters China
F. 2010-09-20 Police, reporters liable in bus standoff Philippines
G. 2010-07-05 State of emergency debated in cabinet Thailand
H. 2010-05-30 Thailand may lift state of emergency Thailand
I. 2010-05-23 Curfew extended in capital, provinces Thailand
J. 2010-05-19 Government extends curfew Thailand

  Lady Gaga cancels Indonesia concert  Lady Gaga canceled her concert, citing security concerns after Islamic hardliners denounced her costumes and dance moves as too risque China 'ill-prepared' for unrest  China's security chief has warned that the government needs better methods to deal with social unrest due to a slowing economy Proposed legal changes cause jitters  Obsessed with keeping social order, China is now pushing to revise its laws in ways that will broaden police powers Police, reporters liable in bus standoff  A committee looking into bus standoff has recommended criminal charges against former top police officials and three television networks State of emergency debated in cabinet  The Thai cabinet is due to consider extending the state of emergency currently in force in the capital, Bangkok, and 23 provinces Thailand may lift state of emergency  Thai Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva said the country was calm after the first night without a government-imposed curfew in 10 days Curfew extended in capital, provinces  The Thai government extended a curfew in the capital and nearly a third of the country's provinces, but may shorten the hours   Government extends curfew
State of emergency declared for Bangkok
Jan.21   Bangkok
  The Thai government has declared a state of emergency for the tense capital of Bangkok amid anti-government protests


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May.27   Indonesia


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Dec.4   Beijing
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Sep.20   Philippines
Jul.5   Thailand
May.30   Thailand
May.23   Thailand
May.19   Thailand
  Thailand's government extended its curfew until Sunday morning, as violence continued in the country besieged by anti-government protests

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  Thailand's authorities have put the capital under curfew after red-shirt protest leaders surrendered as troops stormed their barricades
May.13   Thailand Bangkok remains tense after fatal clashes
  Military spokesma: Thailand's army had nothing to do with the shooting of an opposition leader in downtown Bangkok
Apr.7   Thailand PM declares state of emergency  Abhisit Vejjajiva declared a state of emergency, hours after anti-government demonstrators stormed the country's parliament

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Dec.12   Southern Philippines Martial law lifted  President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo lifted martial law in the south, which she declared after the massacre of 57 people last month Dec.4   Southern Philippines Martial law declared in Maguindanao
Map of Maguindanao Philippines  President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo declared martial law beginning Friday night in the province of Maguindanao, where 57 people were killed Apr.23   Thailand Thailand lifts state of emergency  The government ended a nearly 2-week-old state of emergency, following last week's widespread and sometimes violent political unrest Apr.17   Thailand PM: Emergency powers to stay in place
  Abhisit Vejjajiva said he will not lift a state of emergency until he is convinced anti-government protests would not return to the capital


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Nov.28   Thailand PM removes chief of police  Somchai Wongsawat has fired the chief of the national police force. Police have ordered protesters to quit the smaller Don Mueang airport Sep.1   Thailand Bangkok under state of emergency   Prime Minister, Samak Sundaravej, has declared a state of emergency in the capita after clashes left one person dead Aug.6   Beijing 100,000 police on guard for Olympics
  Ten thousand athletes along with hundreds of thousands of fans and 30,000 journalists are being watched over by 100,000 security forces Apr.26   South Korea Tight security at Seoul torch relay  Protesters promised to put police to the test as the Olympic torch began the 17th leg of its relay in South Korea's capital Apr.21   Jakarta Torch set for short leg  The Olympic torch has arrived on the latest leg of its worldwide relay, where it is to be paraded around a stadium in Jakarta Mar.20   China China locks down restive regions Map of Lhasa China  Chinese authorities are continuing to tighten security following days of protests by Tibetans in Lhasa, and in surrounding provinces


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