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(Reuters) Anti-government protesters in Bangkok, Thailand -- protesting a military coup that stole the country from beloved, democratically-elected Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra -- pour bottles of their own blood outside the Thai prime minister's office in what they are calling a "sacrifice for democracy."
- Thailand deports Hmong tribesmen to Laos
(McClatchy News) A California congressman has joined human rights activists in voicing concern over the treatment of ethnic Hmong deported by Thailand late last year to their native Laos and now being confined in isolated villages inaccessible to international news media and rights groups.
- Casualties mount in Burma (2007 Saffron Revolution)
- Exploring Buddhist Indonesia through multimedia
(Jakarta Post) Titus Leber has lived most of his life away from home in Austria. His multimedia skills have taken him from Europe to America and temporarily secured him a place in the royal court of Thailand. At 59 the award-winning writer, director, and multimedia creator has chosen Borobudur, Indonesia for his latest project.
- Tibetan monks in Lhasa accuse China of lying
- Cowed, Burmese border town longs to join protests
- Backpacker turns Burmese activist via Facebook
- TIMELINE: Saffron Revolution mushroomed in Burma