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By The Southeast Asian Press Alliance (SEAPA) |
<p>The Southeast Asian Press Alliance (SEAPA) expresses deep concern over incidents at the protests yesterday, 25 November, which saw media being attacked for their role in reporting unfolding incidents in Thailand.</p> <p></p>
<div>German freelance photojournalist Nick Nostitz was assaulted on Monday afternoon in front of the Metropolitan Police Bureau, in Bangkok, by anti-government protesters, after Chumpol Julsai, former Democrat MP and protest leader,&nbsp;&nbsp;identified him as “red shirt journalist” through loudspeaker.</div> <p></p>
By Pravit Rojanaphruk, The Nation |
<p><em>Two photo books document the movement that swept away the coup-makers</em></p>
By Nick Nostitz, New Mandala |
<p><em>[This is the text of the presentation made by Nick Nostitz at the launch of his&nbsp; Red vs. Yellow, Volume 2: Thailand&rsquo;s Political Awakening in Bangkok yesterday.]</em></p>
By Pravit Rojanaphruk, The Nation |
<p>Documents supposedly leaked from the Department of Special Investigation (DSI) appear to place the blame for most of the deaths in the April-May military crackdown firmly on the military. </p>
<p>The daughter of a red shirt killed at Ratchaprarop on 15 May has finally found the body of her father. &nbsp;She has met independent photographer Nick Nostitz to hear about her father’s fatal moment. &nbsp;Nostitz took pictures of the man injured with gunshot wounds on that day while they were seeking shelter and has been trying to locate him ever since.</p>
By Pravit Rojanaphruk, The Nation |
<p>German freelance photographer Nick Nostitz is no stranger to either the red-shirt or the yellow-shirt political rallies. In fact, he stands out as having the most detailed photographic records of Thai political turmoil over the past few years and his 160-page photo book &quot;Red VS Yellow, Volume 1: Thailand's Crisis of Identity&quot;, published earlier this year by White Lotus, is testimony to that.</p>