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<div><span><a href=";typecate=06&amp;section=">Khaosod English </a>— A military spokesperson has dismissed rumours that security officers locked a group of women and children inside a mosque while they searching for potential insurgents in the southern province of Songkhla last week.&nbsp;</span></div> <div>&nbsp;</div> <div>Col. </div>
<p><a href=";typecate=06&amp;section=">Khaosod English</a> - &nbsp;Thailand's junta leader and Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha said that suppression of a suspected anti-monarchy network will be a top priority of his administration, adding that the government will use all means, including&nbsp;telecommunications and information technology to crack down on lèse majesté.</p>
<p><a href=";typecate=06&amp;section=">Khaosod English</a>: Thailand’s military regime has suspended local elections and announced plans to replace elected officials with bureaucrats in a move that further centralises its power over the country's provinces.</p> <p></p>
<div>&nbsp;</div> <div>Anti-coup red-shirt activist Sombat Boonngarm-anong has said on Twitter that he wishes to help the junta tackle drug problems, that reds and yellows are united behind bars and that he befriended the anti-red-shirt "popcorn gunman".&nbsp;</div> <div>&nbsp;</div> <div>On Thursday, Sombat tweeted on a series on his experience in prison and a series. </div>