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Thailand's road deaths surge despite junta's hardline tactics
by Andrew R.C. Marshall and Patpicha Tanakasempipat
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5 January 2016
On 5 January 2016 Reuters reported:
The number of deaths on Thailand's roads increased over the New Year period despite a crackdown on drunk drivers by the ruling junta, according to official statistics released on Tuesday, 5 January. The government said 380 people had died in 3,379 accidents during a seasonal surge dubbed the 'Seven Dangerous Days', the highest toll in five years on what are already some of the world's deadliest roads.
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