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Thailand: Free speech crackdown creating 'spiral into silence' ...
9 December 2014

Thailand's military authorities must halt the alarming deterioration in respect for freedom of expression and peaceful assembly, including ending the ...

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Amnesty International | Thailand: Free speech crackdown ...
9 December 2014

Thailand's military authorities must halt the alarming deterioration in respect for freedom of expression and peaceful assembly, including ending the ...

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Thailand: Military leaders must end growing repression six ...
21 November 2014

As authorities in Thailand state that they have no immediate plans to lift martial law six months after the military took power in a coup, Amnesty International ...

Public Statement       ASA 39/017/2014

Thailand: Six months on, fate of human rights activist remains ...
17 October 2014

Six months after activist Pholachi Rakchongcharoen, also known as “Billy”, is believed to have been the victim of enforced disappearance in Kaengkrachan ...

Public Statement       ASA 39/016/2014

Thailand: Alleged torture victim denied redress
14 October 2014

The Royal Thai Government should comply with its international human rights obligations to provide remedies and reparation to victims of torture or other ...

Public Statement       ASA 39/015/2014

Amnesty International | Thailand: Alleged Torture Victim ...
13 October 2014

The Royal Thai Government should comply with its international human rights obligations to provide remedies and reparation to victims of torture or other ...

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Thailand must investigate police torture allegations in tourist ...
7 October 2014

Thailand must ensure an independent and thorough investigation into mounting allegations of torture and other ill-treatment by police and respect fair ...

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Amnesty International | Thailand: Release activist imprisoned ...
19 September 2014

A Thai court's decision to uphold a 10-year prison sentence given to an editor and social activist for allegedly insulting the royal family continues the ...

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Thailand: Attitude adjustment: 100 days under martial law
11 September 2014

On 22 May 2014, two days after declaring Martial Law, Thailand's military took power for the second time in eight years. Under the National Council for ...

Report       ASA 39/011/2014

Thailand: Immediately withdraw criminal defamation complaint ...
28 August 2014

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. JOINT STATEMENT. Index: ASA 39/002/2014. 28 August 2014. Thailand: Immediately withdraw ...

Public Statement       ASA 39/002/2014