An unidentified junta supporter (C-light shirt) is taken away by policemen during a protest in support of detained students outside the cordoned-off military court where they appeared, in Bangkok on July 7, 2015. AFP PHOTO / Christophe ARCHAMBAULT
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Thailand's military government Wednesday defended its labor record after a global labor union with 50 million members filed a complaint against the country.The complaint by the union IndustriALL was filed at the International Labor Organization in Geneva Tuesday, with details of 18 cases of worker and labor abuses.It also accused the Thai government of failing to protect its workforce of 39 million people.Labor abuses in the Thai fishing industry are well-documented.
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