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Thai Army: Opposition Leader Linked to Seized Weapons

Voice of America, Reuters

30 June 2014

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BANGKOK — Thailand's National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) on June 29 displayed tons of illegal ammunition and weapons, mainly confiscated by military task forces across Thailand between May 22 and June 25.

The NCPO said both the military and police task forces took part in raids to seize the weapons…

So far, the illegal firearms seized have consisted of 1,996 guns, 31,840 rounds of ammunition and 256 explosive devices. The weapons include rifles, machine guns, pistols, and grenade launchers.

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