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WORLD
September 27, 2006 | From Times Wire Reports
Thailand's ruling military council has written a temporary constitution appointing its members as advisors to any interim government. The council has ordered political parties to halt activities, warned media not to disseminate news that could disturb the peace and banned public gatherings of more than five people. The council also named dozens of prominent civilians to serve as its advisors, although some of the appointees said they hadn't been informed.
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WORLD
January 18, 2006 | From Times Wire Reports
Gunmen killed two Jordanian U.N. peacekeepers and seriously wounded a third at a checkpoint in a Port-au-Prince slum that is a stronghold for supporters of former Haitian President Jean-Bertrand Aristide, a United Nations spokesman said. The three Jordanians were on duty at the Cite Soleil checkpoint in the capital when they came under fire. The shootings occurred three weeks before previously postponed elections to replace an interim government.
WORLD
April 2, 2004 | From Times Wire Reports
Haiti's interim government plans to seek the extradition of ousted President Jean-Bertrand Aristide on charges of corruption and rights abuses, Justice Minister Bernard Gousse said. Aristide, who fled Feb. 29 as rebels were reaching the outskirts of Port-au-Prince, the capital, has temporary asylum in Jamaica. Officials there have said he will have permanent asylum in South Africa after that country's elections in two weeks.
NEWS
February 11, 2002 | From Times Wire Services
Iran has closed the offices of a former Afghan warlord who opposes Afghanistan's interim government and the strong new U.S. role in that country, one of his aides said Sunday. The closing of Gulbuddin Hekmatyar's offices in the Iranian capital, Tehran, and the eastern city of Mashhad appears to be a conciliatory gesture toward the United States. U.S. officials have accused Iran of trying to destabilize the new Afghan government.
WORLD
September 4, 2009 | Paul Richter
Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton terminated more than $30 million in aid to Honduras on Thursday in an effort to increase pressure on the country's de facto government to restore democratic rule after a coup in June. The State Department, which had earlier suspended the aid, said it could cut off as much as $200 million more unless ousted President Manuel Zelaya and his democratically elected government are reinstated. State Department officials said they also might not recognize the presidential election that the interim government has scheduled for November.
NEWS
September 13, 1988 | From Times Wire Services
Thousands of anti-government demonstrators marched through Rangoon on Monday, and opposition leaders demanded that an interim government be appointed to supervise multi-party elections. In other developments, more than 1,000 schoolchildren fasted in support of the protesters, and the military said it will shoot demonstrators spreading a report that two armed forces commanders had threatened to join the protest. Gen.
NEWS
April 14, 1990 | From Associated Press
King Birendra has agreed to let an opposition alliance head an interim government, a leader of the 7-week-old pro-democracy movement reported Friday. A separate opposition statement said it was willing to allow the king to head the government, but it would step in if he chose not to. The king, who has generally stayed above the daily management of the government, was believed unlikely to assume its leadership.
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