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31. news | 09 Dec 2014
» BRUSSELS - A senior Chinese official on Monday defended his country's human rights record against European criticism, saying Beijing favoured the "right to development and survival" over civil liberties.
32. news | 06 Dec 2014
» UNITED NATIONS (UNITED STATES) - The UN Security Council will meet this month on North Korea's rights record following calls to refer Pyongyang to face crimes against humanity charges, a spokesman said Friday.
33. news | 04 Dec 2014
» SINGAPORE — Holding placards and a rainbow flag, Singapore gay rights activists on Thursday condemned the European Union for inviting an academic accused of homophobia to speak at a human rights seminar in the city-state...
34. news | 04 Dec 2014
» LONDON - Qatar will be held to account over its human rights record following Doha's successful bid to host the 2019 World Championships, IAAF vice-president Sebastian Coe vowed on Wednesday.
35. news | 04 Dec 2014
» Fourteen tenants of the Luenrit community, an old-town area next to Bangkok's Chinatown, are fighting a court battle to maintain their tenancy rights.
36. news | 03 Dec 2014
» The government is expected to grant land usage rights on more than 50,000 rai of state land to about 10,000 people starting this month, said Natural Resources and Environment Minister Gen Dapong Ratanasuwan.
37. learning | 22 Apr 2014
» Still no word on the whereabouts of prominent Karen activist Por Cha Lee "Billie" Rakcharoen who disappeared after being briefly detained by authorities, prompting a plea by an international human rights group for action
38. learning | 09 Jun 2012
» TrueVisions subscribers missed the opening Euro 2012 goal and all others last night as the cable operator failed to resolve its dispute with the broadcast rights holder. AFP photo
39. news | 30 Jan 2015
» A Japanese businessman who reportedly fathered 12 babies with Thai surrogates has been granted paternal rights over three of the babies by the Central Juvenile and Family Court.
40. news | 30 Jan 2015
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» The National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) has asked journalists and a German human rights group to call off a press conference today announcing its report on Thai press freedom.