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71. news | 09 Feb 2015
» A well-known transgender-female model complained to the National Human Rights Commission Monday that she was denied entry to a popular club at Royal City Avenue, one of Bangkok’s top night-entertainment venues, due to he...
72. news | 09 Feb 2015
» The website of an outspoken Vietnamese newspaper has had its licence revoked after publishing articles which "abuse freedom and democratic rights," authorities said Monday, as part of a growing crackdown on press freedom...
73. opinion | 09 Feb 2015
» The proposal to merge the National Human Rights Commission with the parliamentary Ombudsman has raised the ire of many sectors of society, even critics of the NHRC.
74. news | 07 Feb 2015
» LONDON - Harry Kane scored twice as Tottenham Hotspur claimed the north London bragging rights by storming from behind to sink Arsenal 2-1 in the Premier League on Saturday.
75. news | 07 Feb 2015
» Deputy Prime Minister Wissanu Krea-ngam has admitted that some of the government's digital- and computer-related bills may need revising following complaints about privacy and rights violations.
76. news | 07 Feb 2015
» CARDIFF (UNITED KINGDOM) - England bagged early World Cup bragging rights by clawing back a 10-point deficit to claim a thrilling 21-16 victory over Wales in the opening match of the Six Nations on Friday.
77. news | 06 Feb 2015
» Prosecutors yesterday appealed against a lower court ruling that dismissed the case against Chaiwat Limlikitaksorn and four alleged accomplices for the murder of Karen rights defender and politician Tatkamol Ob-om or "Aj...
78. news | 05 Feb 2015
» KUALA LUMPUR — A human rights lawyer in Malaysia was charged with sedition Thursday for allegedly criticising the country's Islamic authorities, his lawyer said.
79. news | 05 Feb 2015
» The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has expressed strong opposition to its proposed merger with the Office of the Ombudsman.
80. news | 05 Feb 2015
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» Thai steel company Sahaviriya Steel Industries (SSI) is rejecting calls from corruption officials to revoke its land rights over a mangrove swamp amid complaints from conservation groups.