Thai Army chief General Prayuth Chan-ocha said today that martial law will remain in place until "peace and order has been restored" in the country.
The Thai Army will deal with anyone who uses weapons and harms civilians, he told a news conference today, adding that opposing political groups should "talk to each other".
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