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An anti-government protester reads a newspaper during a gathering Thursday, May 22, 2014 in Bangkok, Thailand. Journalists and rights groups have criticized the army for primarily targeting the press rather than protesters, underscoring the precarious state of press freedom in Thailand in the wake of Gen. Prayuth Chan-ocha's unexpected declaration of martial law this week and his decision Thursday to take control of the government. Of the 12 edicts issued Tuesday by the newly formed Peace and Order Maintaining Command, the military committee set up to oversee the army intervention, at least five concern media censorship. (AP Photo/Sakchai Lalit)

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An anti-government protester reads a newspaper during a gathering Thursday, May 22, 2014 in Bangkok, Thailand. Journalists and rights groups have criticized the army for primarily targeting the press rather than protesters, underscoring the precarious state of press freedom in Thailand in the wake of Gen. Prayuth Chan-ocha's unexpected declaration of martial law this week and his decision Thursday to take control of the government. Of the 12 edicts issued Tuesday by the newly formed Peace and Order Maintaining Command, the military committee set up to oversee the army intervention, at least five concern media censorship. (AP Photo/Sakchai Lalit)

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Rep. Duncan Hunter, California Republican, has said the Army is trying to protect its own system, on which it has spent a decade developing at a long-term cost of $28 billion. (associated press)

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Rep. Duncan Hunter, California Republican, has said the Army is trying to protect its own system, on which it has spent a decade developing at a long-term cost of $28 billion. (associated press)

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In this Friday, April 25, 2014 photo, banners supporting the army and its Inter-Services Intelligence wing are on display in the streets of Islamabad, Pakistan. The mystery signs arrived in Pakistan as its powerful military faces off with the country’s largest private television station over allegations that its forces were behind a shooting that seriously wounded Hamid Mir, one of its top anchors. But behind the chanting demonstrations and garish loyalty posters lies the deep challenge confronting Pakistan: Where does power lie in this country that’s undergone three military coups since independence, with its army or its nascent civilian government? Banners read, top, "anything negative against army is not acceptable, and bottom, "every voice rising against Pakistan army should be silent." (AP Photo/B.K. Bangash)

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A police officer checks drivers' IDs outside the main gate at Fort Hood, Texas, after a shooting at the Army base Wednesday, April 2, 2014. (AP Photo/Austin American-Statesman, Deborah Cannon) ** FILE **