A leading human rights group is accusing Thailand's military of leading a "disturbing pattern of repression" in the 100 days since it seized power in a coup.
Amnesty International detailed Thursday what it says are hundreds of arbitrary detentions, reports of torture, and sweeping restrictions on freedom of speech and assembly.
The London-based group says the Thai military government, called the National Council for Peace and Order, is trying to "adjust attitudes" and "stifle dissent."
The military seized power in May after Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra was removed by a court order. General Prayuth Chan-ocha took her place as prime minister. It is the military's 12th coup in the last 80 years.