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Thailand martial law: Local media shut down by military

21 May 2014 Last updated at 16:56 BST

An emergency meeting of political leaders, called by the Thai army a day after it declared martial law, has ended inconclusively.

Representatives from the government, the main opposition party and protest groups all attended the meeting.

Local radio stations run by activists have been shut down by the military.

Jonathan Head reports from Bangkok.

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