Thai student activist given human rights award, but kept in jail
Posted on Thursday May 18, 2017
A Thai student arrested for sharing a BBC profile of Thailand's new King on Facebook is awarded a prestigious human rights award, but remains in pre-trial detention and faces a lengthy prison term under the country's harsh lese majesty law.
Thai general, provincial politicians found guilty in trafficking trial
Posted on Thursday July 20, 2017
An army general, two provincial politicians and police officers were among 63 people out of a total of 103 defendants found guilty in Thailand's biggest human trafficking trial.
Five-day crash course in what refugees can expect in Australia
Posted on Saturday April 29, 2017
Refugees learn to shake hands, introduce themselves in English, flush a toilet and cross the street as part of the Australian Government's cultural orientation program.