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US suspends military aid for Thailand

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The United States Friday suspended US$3.5 million in military assistance for Thailand, about one-third of its aid to the ally, and urged Americans to reconsider travel plans after the army seized power. 

Thai army soldiers urge anti-coup protestors to maintain law and order during a protest in downtown Bangkok on May 23, 2014

State Department spokeswoman Marie Harf said Washington was also reviewing the rest of US aid to Thailand -- which totaled some $10.5 million in 2013 -- to look for further cuts.

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