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March 13, 1991 | Associated Press
Chatchai Choonhavan, ousted as prime minister in a bloodless military coup last month, left Tuesday night for exile in Europe. Chatchai, 71, told reporters before leaving Bangkok's international airport that he will stay about seven days in England, then travel to Switzerland but plans to return home when things normalize in Thailand. He was freed Saturday after being detained Feb.
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March 14, 1991 | Reuters
Chatchai Choonhavan, ousted as Thailand's prime minister in a bloodless coup 17 days ago, arrived in London on Wednesday. He is bound for Switzerland, where he has a home.
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March 14, 1991 | Reuters
Chatchai Choonhavan, ousted as Thailand's prime minister in a bloodless coup 17 days ago, arrived in London on Wednesday. He is bound for Switzerland, where he has a home.
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March 13, 1991 | Associated Press
Chatchai Choonhavan, ousted as prime minister in a bloodless military coup last month, left Tuesday night for exile in Europe. Chatchai, 71, told reporters before leaving Bangkok's international airport that he will stay about seven days in England, then travel to Switzerland but plans to return home when things normalize in Thailand. He was freed Saturday after being detained Feb.
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March 2, 1985 | NICK B. WILLIAMS Jr., Times Staff Writer
Three months into its dry-season offensive against Cambodian guerrillas, the Vietnamese army is trying to consolidate its victory over an enemy that is no longer there. Vietnam is also attempting to seal the Thai-Cambodian border.
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March 2, 1985 | NICK B. WILLIAMS Jr., Times Staff Writer
Three months into its dry-season offensive against Cambodian guerrillas, the Vietnamese army is trying to consolidate its victory over an enemy that is no longer there. Vietnam is also attempting to seal the Thai-Cambodian border.
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