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March 16, 2015
Arnon Numpa (2nd L), a 30-year-old rights lawyer, and Sirawith Seritiwat (R), 24, a student, leaves a...
Bangkok, Thailand
Arnon, a 30-year-old rights lawyer, and Sirawith, 24, a student, leaves a police station for the military...
Arnon Numpa (2nd L), a 30-year-old rights lawyer, and Sirawith Seritiwat (R), 24, a student, leaves a police station for the military court in Bangkok March 16, 2015. Four Thai activists are to face military court on Monday on charges of violating junta orders banning public gatherings in what a rights group called a "landmark case" that could stir indignation at strict military rule. The four are Arnon, Sirawith, Punsak Srithep, 48, an activist whose son was killed in a 2010 army crackdown on anti-government protesters and Wannakiet Choosuwan, 36, a taxi driver. REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom (THAILAND - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
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