Deadly floods hit southern Thailand, killing nine
04 December 2020 | 9:00 am
Flash floods hit southern Thailand and affect half a million people, officials say as the region braces for even more rain.
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Authorities continue to crack down on activists in Thailand calling for reform to draconian lese majeste laws. Public interest has waned, and prominent activists say they are heavily monitored.
Riot police in Thailand regularly meet peaceful demonstrations with heavy force, leading to serious injuries or even death. Activists are calling for reforms and more accountability.
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