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  • On [[September 19]], [[2006]], the army staged a coup d'état and took control from [[Thaksin Shinawatra]]'s government. In May 2014, a new military coup d'état removed another government.
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  • ...ller armed conflicts are often called [[riot]]s, rebellions, [[coup d'etat|coups]], etc.
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  • ...r countries, such as the [[Iranian coup d’état (1953)|1953 Iranian coup d'état]]. One well-known failed coup was the [[Beer Hall Putsch]], where [[Adolf H [[Category:Coups d'état| ]]
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  • The '''Beer Hall Putsch''' was a failed [[coup d'état]] in [[Munich]], [[Germany]] between the evening of 8 November and the morn [[Category:Coups d'état]]
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  • ...f Cyprus|intervention of the Turkish Army]] in 1974, in response to a coup d'état by the [[Greek military junta of 1967-1974|Greek junta]] aiming at "[[Forei
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  • [[Category:Coups d'état]]
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  • ...[Prime Minister]] of [[Iran]], [[Mohammad Mossadeq]], from power. The coup d'état was [[wikt:nickname|nicknamed]] '''Operation Ajax'''. The [[coup]] was plan [[Category:Coups d'état]]
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  • ...]], one of his cousins. During the same year, because he opposed a [[coup d'état]], he was put in [[prison]], but got out and left Venezuela. In 1958, Vene In 1992, there were two coups that tried but failed to remove Pérez from being president. In 1993, thoug
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