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Thailand: Grim outlook for human rights after a month of martial law

Headline Title:  Thailand: Grim outlook for human rights after a month of martial law 20 June 2014  There appears to be no end in sight to violations of a range of human rights one month after martial law was declared in Thailand, Amnesty International warned today.  Since the military declared martial law on 20 May 2014, the rights to freedom of expression and peaceful assembly have been harshly restricted and extended powers of detention have resulted in some 511 individuals including political activists being arbitrarily detained, though most were held for a few days.  “Sacrificing…

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