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Thai 'red shirt' leader jailed for violating bail with 'harsh words'

BANGKOK (Reuters) - A Thai court jailed a firebrand leader of the "red shirt" opposition group on Tuesday, ruling that he had violated bail conditions by using "harsh words against others" while talking politics on TV.
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