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WORLD

Thousands of Rohingya feared trapped in fighting in western Myanmar

Published on 17/06/2024

» Tens of thousands of Muslim minority Rohingya are feared to be caught in fighting in western Myanmar, as a powerful armed ethnic group bears down on junta positions in a coastal town on the border with Bangladesh, which is reluctant to accept them.

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OPINION

Bad behaviour

Published on 17/06/2024

» Re: "PM blames court cases for SET slip", (BP, June 12).

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OPINION

More women needed at the top

News, Published on 17/06/2024

» Mexico has just elected its first female president, following a rare contest between two women, and a record number of women were recently elected to South Korea's National Assembly. But while these results represent welcome gains for gender equality, they are outliers. The broader picture is disheartening.

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OPINION

Refugees flee to find further repression

News, Vitit Muntarbhorn, Published on 17/06/2024

» Transnational repression is emerging as a critical concern for the world community, including the Asean region. Basically, it encompasses actions by state authorities and their agents to intimidate, harass and or harm those deemed to be dissidents -- usually their nationals -- who have sought shelter or are present in other countries.

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THAILAND

'No delay' to Senate poll result

Chairith Yonpiam, Published on 16/06/2024

» An investigation of complaints arising from the Senate election will not delay the time frame for announing the results, Election Commission chairman Ittiporn Boonpracong said.

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WORLD

China Premier Li starts Australia trip with Adelaide panda announcement

Reuters, Published on 16/06/2024

» China Premier Li Qiang kicked off his four-day visit to Australia on Sunday by announcing Beijing would provide a new pair of pandas to Australia's Adelaide Zoo after the current pair returns to China later this year.

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THAILAND

Young HIV cases still face stigma

Poramet Tangsathaporn, Published on 16/06/2024

» Thailand needs to work faster to reduce stigmatisation against young people living with HIV (young PLHIV) in healthcare settings, experts say, as it is deterring them from seeking treatment and hindering the global goal of ending the Aids epidemic.

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OPINION

Bdap's arrest a litmus test

Oped, Editorial, Published on 15/06/2024

» As Thailand vies for a seat on the UN Human Rights Council (HRC) for the 2025-2027 term -- something the previous Prayut government failed to do -- the arrest of Y Quynh Bdap, a Vietnamese political activist with UN refugee status, will serve as a litmus test for Thailand's human rights standards.

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THAILAND

Vietnamese dissident’s arrest raises alarm

Onnucha Hutasingh, Published on 14/06/2024

» The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has urged the government not to deport Vietnamese activist Y Quynh Bdap, who was arrested in Bangkok this week, out of fear for his safety.

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OPINION

Not to die in vain

Oped, Editorial, Published on 14/06/2024

» A month has passed since political activist Netiporn Saneysangkhom died in a prison hospital, and yet we still haven't seen any progress regarding the probe into her tragic passing.