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Second Thai Woman to Hang In Malaysia in 15 Months for Drugs Offence

Malaysia has once again imposed its draconian death penalty for drugs on a Thai single mother. The latest court ruling was for smuggling 713.8 gm of cocaine by plane from Argentina. The woman was intercepted at a bus terminal en route to Thailand. November 20, 2010: For the second time in

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Thailand to execute four Ghanaians

Some Ghanaians and other West African nationals languishing in jail in Thailand face execution anytime soon by the Thai prison authorities. The Ghanaians, numbering four, were thrown into jail in 2008 for illicit drugs-related offences, but they are claiming that they were framed up by the Thai authorities. In Thailand, the death

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Thailand urged to lift emergency rule

Thailand's government has been urged to lift a state of emergency and drop terrorism charges against leaders of recent anti-government protests. The International Crisis Group (ICG) warned the "legitimate frustrations" of protesters were "being forced underground and possibly towards illegal and violent actions". The decree has been in place since a bloody

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Thai protest leaders charged with terrorism, could face death penalty

Eleven leaders of bloody, anti-government protests could face the death penalty after being charged Tuesday with terrorism during the worst political upheaval in modern Thai history. The Criminal Court denied bail for the 11 who were taken to a Bangkok prison after being charged with committing, threatening to commit and supporting

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