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1. news | 25 May 2013
» Thailand has admitted to the United Nations that the lese majeste law curbs freedom of expression.
2. news | 24 May 2013
» Thailand has conceded to issues raised by a UN special rapporteur as alleged malpractice regarding freedom of expression and migrant labour, and to the fatal harassment of human rights defenders.
3. news | 24 May 2013
» Freedom of expression in Thailand continues to be curtailed, primarily through the lese majeste law and the 2007 Computer Crimes Act, Amnesty International says.
4. news | 24 May 2013
» Efforts to establish an Asean Socio-Cultural Community (ASCC) by the end of 2015 are moving at a snail's pace, delegates at a seminar have been told.
5. news | 19 May 2013
» Thousands of red shirts will today converge on Bangkok's Ratchaprasong shopping district to mark the third anniversary of the group's bloody battle to topple Abhisit Vejjajiva's Democrat government.
6. news | 18 May 2013
» The Pheu Thai Party's decision to back a "wholesale" amnesty for all sides involved in the May 2010 violence has upset some of its red-shirt supporters as well as critics of the government.
7. news | 17 May 2013
» The parents of a boy who was killed as security forces moved in to clear the Ratchaprasong area during the political unrest of April-May 2010 claims not enough is being done to find the people responsible for their son...
8. news | 17 May 2013
» International organisations have welcomed Thailand's decision to remove leg shackles from death row inmates, but say other forms of ill-treatment still need to be addressed.
9. opinion | 17 May 2013
» After checking old news clippings of mine and listening to security officers on the ground, I've come to believe the government has not been very successful in tackling the separatist movement in the far South.
10. news | 16 May 2013
» International organisations have welcomed Thailand's decision to remove the leg shackles from death row inmates, but say other forms of ill treatment still need to be addressed.