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'The threat now is fake news': Thai army chief describes 'hybrid war'

Reuters Friday, 9 August 2019
Thailand's army is fighting a "hybrid war" waged by enemies who are using "fake news" to turn young Thais against the military and the monarchy, the army chief said in a rare interview on Friday.
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