A Burmese migrant shot and injured three days ago in the midst of anti-government protests in Bangkok is still undergoing treatment at Ramathibodi Hospital in the Thai capital.
The Burmese embassy in Bangkok has issued a warning to Burmese nationals and migrant workers in Thailand not to get involved with the anti-government protests taking place in the country.
Surin Pitsuwan adds voice to concerns that job creation in reforming Burma will damage Thai industry reliant on migrant workers
Up to 1,000 Burmese arrested after escaping flooding in central Thailand are being detained and struggling to access food and water
On 9 September, jailed DVB video journalist Hla Hla Win turned 27. The occasion was marked by protests outside Burmese embassies in Bangkok, Geneva, Paris and London. Hla Hla Win spent the[…]
Children as young as three, some trafficked, ordered by group of Burmese nationals to beg on the streets of Chiang Mai
Investigation begins into the 60 Burmese migrants freed after spending up to 8 months enslaved in a Bangkok garment factory
Police in Burma’s eastern Shan state say that up to 75 people may have been killed in the 6.8-magnitude earthquake that struck close to Tarlay, around 100 kilometres north of[…]