Thailand: Further information on Fear of forcible return: At least 231 ethnic Hmong Laotian refugees
The group of at least 231 ethnic Hmong Laotian refugees, which has been detained in northern Thailand since June, is at immediate risk of being forcibly returned to Laos. If returned, the refugees could face serious human rights violations, including torture and ill-treatment.
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