Thailand/Laos: Forcible return/fear for safety
The Thai authorities returned 837 Lao Hmong asylum-seekers to Laos on 22 June 2008, claiming that the group were going voluntarily. No independent monitors were present, and it is likely that some of the group were coerced into returning. Some are at risk of torture.
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