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2014-01-21 State of emergency declared for Bangkok Bangkok
2. 2012-06-10 Emergency declared in west Burma Rakhine, Myanmar
3. 2010-09-20 Police, reporters liable in bus standoff Philippines
E. 2010-07-05 State of emergency debated in cabinet Thailand
F. 2010-05-30 Thailand may lift state of emergency Thailand
G. 2010-05-23 Curfew extended in capital, provinces Thailand
H. 2010-05-19 Government extends curfew Thailand
I. 2010-05-19 Curfew after surrender of red-shirts Thailand

  Emergency declared in west Burma   Myanmar: President Thein Sein has announced a state of emergency in the western state of Rakhine, following a week of sectarian attacks in the area   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 Police, reporters liable in bus standoff  Philippines: 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  Thailand: 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  Thailand: 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
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  The Thai government has declared a state of emergency for the tense capital of Bangkok amid anti-government protests


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  Thailand: Thailand's government extended its curfew until Sunday morning, as violence continued in the country besieged by anti-government protests

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

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Dec.12 Martial law lifted   Southern Philippines: President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo lifted martial law in the south, which she declared after the massacre of 57 people last month Dec.4 Martial law declared in Maguindanao
Map of Maguindanao Philippines  Southern Philippines: President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo declared martial law beginning Friday night in the province of Maguindanao, where 57 people were killed Apr.23 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 PM: Emergency powers to stay in place  Thailand: 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 PM removes chief of police  Thailand: Somchai Wongsawat has fired the chief of the national police force. Police have ordered protesters to quit the smaller Don Mueang airport Sep.1 Bangkok under state of emergency
  Thailand: Prime Minister, Samak Sundaravej, has declared a state of emergency in the capita after clashes left one person dead Apr.21 Torch set for short leg   Jakarta: The Olympic torch has arrived on the latest leg of its worldwide relay, where it is to be paraded around a stadium in Jakarta Apr.20 Malaysia prepares tight security for torch  A thousand police were ready to guard the Olympic torch relay against protests over China's Tibet crackdown and human rights record Feb.11 East Timor under emergency order  Acting leader Vicente Gutterres has banned rallies and appealed for calm, a day after President Ramos-Horta was shot in an attack by rebel s...

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Sep.27 9 dead in crackdown
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  Myanmar: 9 people have been killed in a crackdown on anti-government protests, after attempts to clear demonstrators from the streets of Yangon
 The dead included 8 protesters and a Japanese video journalist. 11 demonstrators and 31 soldiers were injured
Sep.25 Riot police beat monks Map of Rangoon Myanmar  Myanmar: Police have used batons to beat back protesters including monks at the Rangoon pagoda used as a rallying-point for marchers

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Nov.29 Minister defends police  Malaysia: Noh Omar has said that foreigners who do not like the way his officers behave should leave the country


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