Thailand: Life at a Dead End: Lao Hmong refugees detained in Thailand
Ninety-two children are among a group of Lao Hmong refugees held in harsh conditions in a detention centre in Thailand. After two years at the centre, many are in poor health and live in fear of being forcibly returned to Laos, where they risk serious human rights violations.
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