BANGKOK (Reuters) - Thai police plucked at least three people off the streets of the capital on Sunday, after they held a small gathering to "exchange views" with the country's military junta.
Thailand's military has severely restricted public gatherings since seizing power in a coup last May. Taking a hard line on dissent, it has detained more than 300 people, including activists, journalists and politicians.
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