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Thai king Bhumibol was bridge in close relations with US

Thailand's King Bhumibol Adulyadej (poo-mee-pon ah-dun-yaa-det), who died Thursday after a 70-year reign, was historically an important bridge in his nation's close, but recently strained, relations with the United States. … Click to Continue »
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