Thailand’s junta leader will keep grip on power, early election returns indicate

A party backed by Thailand’s military government had a strong showing Sunday in its first elections since a 2014 coup and appeared likely to hold off opponents who campaigned on restoring democracy in the Southeast Asian kingdom. With more than 90% of the votes counted, unofficial results released...

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