Thailand

Thaïlande. L’examen des Nations unies doit être l’occasion de mettre fin à l’utilisation de la torture

La Thaïlande doit prendre sans délai des mesures pour mettre fin à la torture et aux autres peines ou traitements cruels, inhumains ou dégradants, et adopter et faire appliquer une loi donnant à la torture le statut d’infraction pénale, a déclaré Amnesty International mercredi 30 avril, alors que le Comité des Nations unies contre la torture s’apprêtait à examiner la situation dans ce pays. La Thaïlande doit prendre sans délai des mesures pour mettre fin à la torture et aux autres peines ou traitements cruels, inhumains ou dégradants, et adopter et faire appliquer une loi donnant à la

Thailand: UN review is an opportunity to end pervasive torture

Thailand must take urgent steps to put an end to torture and other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment, and immediately enact and enforce legislation to recognize torture as a criminal offence, Amnesty International said today as Thailand is up for review by the UN Committee Against Torture.  Thailand must take urgent steps to put an end to torture and other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment, and immediately enact and enforce legislation to recognize torture as a crimi

Thaïlande. Les forces de sécurité doivent faire preuve de retenue et garantir la protection des droits lors des manifestations

Les autorités thaïlandaises doivent protéger et respecter les droits humains lors des manifestations de masse qui doivent se tenir à Bangkok la semaine prochaine, a déclaré Amnesty International. L’organisation demande que tous les leaders des manifestations appellent leurs partisans à ne pas commettre d’atteintes aux droits humains. Les autorités thaïlandaises doivent protéger et respecter les droits humains lors des manifestations de masse qui doivent se tenir à Bangkok la semaine prochaine, a déclaré Amnesty International.

Thailand: Restraint urged to ensure rights are protected during ‘shutdown’ protests

Thai authorities must protect and respect human rights during mass protests planned to be held in Bangkok next week, Amnesty International said. The organization has also urged all protest leaders to call on their followers not to commit human rights abuses. Thai authorities must protect and respect human rights during mass protests planned to be held in Bangkok next week, Amnesty International said.

Thailand: Restraint urged to ensure rights are protected during ‘shutdown’ protests - 10 January 2014

Headline Title:  Thailand: Restraint urged to ensure rights are protected during ‘shutdown’ protests Thai authorities must protect and respect human rights during mass protests planned to be held in Bangkok next week, Amnesty International said. Thai authorities must protect and respect human rights during mass protests planned to be held in Bangkok next week, Amnesty International said. Media Node:  Bangkok protests Story Location:  Thailand 13° 44' 7.1592" N, 100° 30' 42.6816" E “The situation in Thailand is tense, volatile and unpredictable. There is a real risk of loss of life and injury unless human rights are fully respected” Source:  Isabelle Arradon, Amnesty International’s Asia-Pacific Deputy Director Date:  Fri, 10/01/2014 URL:  Amnesty International Thailand Description:  Section website

Thaïlande. Le gouvernement n'a pas rendu justice aux victimes des homicides de Tak Bai

Une décision de la Cour suprême de Thaïlande n'a pas rendu justice aux 85 personnes tuées par les forces de sécurité à Tak Bai, a déclaré Amnesty International. Une décision de la Cour suprême de Thaïlande n'a pas rendu justice aux 85 personnes tuées par les forces de sécurité à Tak Bai, a déclaré Amnesty International.

Thailand: Government fails to provide justice for the victims of Tak Bai killings - 1 August 2013

Headline Title:  Thailand: Government fails to provide justice for the victims of Tak Bai killings A ruling by Thailand’s Supreme Court shows how the authorities have failed to provide justice for 85 people that died at the hands of the security forces in Tak Bai, Amnesty International said. A ruling by Thailand’s Supreme Court shows how the authorities have failed to provide justice for 85 people that died at the hands of the security forces in Tak Bai. Media Node:  Thailand Story Location:  United Kingdom 16° 26' 12.426" N, 98° 47' 20.6268" E See map: Google Maps “Today’s ruling ignores the actions of security forces and officials involved in events that led to deaths of 85 people. Their actions were either intentional or negligent and therefore those involved should be brought to court. Families have been waiting for more than eight years for justice. ” Source:  Isabelle Arradon, Amnesty International’s Deputy Asia Pacific Director. URL:  Thailand: Death of 85 protesters must not go unpunished Description:  Press release, 25 October 2012 URL:  Thailand: Torture in the southern counter-insurgency Description:  Report, 13 January 2009

Thailand: Government fails to provide justice for the victims of Tak Bai killings

A ruling by Thailand’s Supreme Court shows how the authorities have failed to provide justice for 85 people that died at the hands of the security forces in Tak Bai, Amnesty International said. A ruling by Thailand’s Supreme Court shows how the authorities have failed to provide justice for 85 people that died at the hands of the security forces in Tak Bai, Amnesty International said.
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Conflit armé interne

La population civile demeurait exposée à des attaques causant des morts et des blessés dans l’extrême sud du pa


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النزاع الداخلي المسلح

ظل المدنيون عرضة للهجمات، التي أدت إلى مقتل وإصابة مدنيين في أقاليم ناراثيوات وباتّاني ويالا وأجزاء من سونغكهال


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