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1. learning | 04 Feb 2013
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» Karen tribespeople are used to being evicted from Kaeng Krachan National Park, but not welcomed. Now one group of Karen who lost their land in 1996 is getting a second chance.
2. learning | 21 Feb 2013
» The scald wounds covering the body of the 12-year-old Karen girl who fell victim to slavery can be cured although she won't make a perfect recovery, a doctor at Ramathibodi Hospital says.
3. learning | 11 Jan 2013
» The Supreme Administrative Court Thursday ordered the Pollution Control Department (PCD) to pay nearly 4 million baht in compensation to 22 Karen villagers over lead contamination at Klity Creek.
4. news | 23 Jan 2015
» GENEVA - North Korea on Thursday urged the UN Human Rights Council to discuss CIA torture revelations and set up an independent investigation.
5. news | 13 Jan 2015
» The Supreme Administrative Court on Tuesday began hearing an appeal by two former Yala university students for greater compensation for torture and suffering when they were detained under martial law by the military in 2...
6. news | 13 Jan 2015
» A public hearing on a bill to outlaw torture and enforced disappearances has raised hopes the legislation will be passed within the lifetime of the National Legislative Assembly (NLA).
7. news | 09 Jan 2015
» A human rights defender has called for stronger representation of damaged parties in a national committee to be set up to suppress torture and enforced disappearances.
8. news | 15 Dec 2014
» Defenders and critics of the CIA clashed over the release of a US report that revealed harrowing details of America's torture of "war on terror" detainees, and opened fresh political wounds.
9. news | 14 Dec 2014
» Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has denied reports that Thailand hosted clandestine torture facilities for the US government.
10. news | 11 Dec 2014
» WASHINGTON - President George W Bush was fully aware and an "integral part" of the CIA's torture of terror suspects, his vice-president Dick Cheney said Wednesday.