Thailand’s government should ensure that Hakeem Ali Mohamed Ali al-Araibi, a recognized refugee, is not returned to Bahrain, Human Rights Watch said today
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Leena Rikkilä Tamang, regional director for Asia and the Pacific in her presentation addressed crucial concerns on Thailand’s democracy.
Most fans of rap and hip-hop would find “Thailand 4.0” lame. It features a melodic sampling of the national anthem and lyrics such as “There are many talented Thais, if we work together”.
Director of viral rap video slamming Thailand’s military Junta get 23 million YouTube hits says artists behind it has no intention of hiding from police.
Future Forward, emerging new party in Thailand ahead of overdue elections next year, resumes collecting donations despite order to stop by election officials.
Police in Thailand shut down forum organized by foreign journalists to discuss whether military officers in Myanmar should face justice for Rohingya purge.
as the coup’s fourth anniversary approaches May 22, the ruling junta, or National Council for Peace and Order, is facing a crisis
Thai political parties called on the junta to lift curbs on campaigning as disquiet with the military’s 4-year rule deepens
Hundreds of pro-democracy Thais rallied in Bangkok to skewer the ruling junta with T-shirts, signs and speeches
The Thai junta chief’s attempt to woo the country with a rock ballad dubbed “Diamond Heart” fell flat on Valentine’s Day