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Use of Martial Law Raises Fears of Mistreatment

(New York) – Thai authorities should release or charge with a credible offense an ethnic Malay Muslim human rights activist who has been detained in the deep south, Human Rights Watch said today. Authorities arrested Burhan Buraheng of the human rights…
Human rights activist Burhan Buraheng has been arbitrarily detained without charge in a military camp in Thailand’s Pattani province since August 1, 2018.
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Payao Arrested While Protesting Army’s Killing of Her Daughter

Click to expand Image Payao Akhad performs at a Walk for Justice…
Payao Akhad performs at a Walk for Justice at Wat Pathum Wanaram, Bangkok, on May 19, 2017.
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Attack Latest in Campaign Against Medical Facilities

(New York) – Separatist insurgents took over and damaged a hospital in southern Thailand on March 13, 2016, in violation of the laws of war, Human Rights Watch said today. The attack on the hospital occurred during a resurgence of separatist attacks on…
Military personnel inspect the site of an attack in Joh Airong, Narathiwat province, Thailand on March 14, 2016.