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NCPO defends media control order

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The military regime came out on Saturday to calm down concern of journalists over its new directive on the press. 

Coup spokesman Winthai Suwaree said the National Council for Peace and Order added no new measures in an attempt to seek ''cooperation'' from the media in the announcement issued on Friday night.

The latest announcement combined the directives outlined in its No. 14 and 18 announcements to make it more concise and cover individuals, Col Winthai added.

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