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26 Jun 2007
A recording and transcripts of a conversation have been made available online which if true expose the extent to which Thailand's senior judiciary is compromised and controlled by outsiders, and what a long road it will be to restoring any notion of the rule of law there. 
25 Jun 2007
25,000 face starvation - appeal made for regional and international action - new report and video highlight severity of human rights abuses perpetrated in Burma
22 Jun 2007
Dramatic events in both Pakistan and Thailand during the past year have brought their respective judiciaries to the centre of national politics. Judges and lawyers in Pakistan have played a
21 Jun 2007
Supporting Letter from  35 members of Congress to USTR in case of Compulsory Licensing Use, call for remove Thailand from the Special 301 Priority Watch List.
21 Jun 2007
BANGKOK, Jun 20 (IPS) - Deposed Thai premier Thaksin Shinawatra has been ordered back to Thailand from self-exile to hear formal charges of concealing assets in a family property company or face arrest.
21 Jun 2007
BANGKOK, Jun 21 (IPS) - Setting quotas designed to have more women in politics and government may not have been the magic formula for more balanced political representation in many countries, but it has certainly been a key first step in many cases.
19 Jun 2007
According to an article in The Nation newspaper of June 12, the attorney general of Thailand has proposed to increase the powers of the Department of Special Investigation (DSI) under the justice ministry so that the department could overrule the public prosecutor in cases where the latter decides not to go to court on the basis of its inquiries.
16 Jun 2007
BANGKOK, Jun 15 (IPS) - The soldiers assigned to provide security for students and teachers at a school in the violence-torn southern province of Yala on Friday were part of a new plan by the military-appointed government in Bangkok. But they never made it.
16 Jun 2007
BANGKOK, Jun 14 (IPS) - A chat room on a popular Thai-language website is drawing visitors over a troubling question: Will ousted prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra be assassinated when he returns home?
15 Jun 2007
A new surge of violent attacks on teachers and schools by separatist militants has seriously disrupted education in Thailand's southern border provinces, Human Rights Watch said today.
15 Jun 2007
Pharmaceutical company Abbott decided to sue PLWAs group Act Up-Paris in response to the April 26th, 2007 netstrike we organized against the drug manufacturer
15 Jun 2007
Following repeated threats by ministers and members of Parliamentover the past three years to control online content, the Malaysiangovernment is setting up a task force to look into applyingexisting legislation on the new media without contravening thecountry's Bill of Guarantee against Internet censorship.


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