Thailand - Country Reports


IPI condemns censorship amid Thai military coup

Urges leaders to allow media to cover events independently[more]


Thai editor sentenced to 11 years

Somyot Prueksakasemsuk convicted under ‘lese majeste’ laws [more]


Thai Editor Gunned Down

Police Suspect Connection to Reporting Work[more]


DW: Wisut Tangwitthayaporn, Thailand

Thai editor, newspaper owner, and local political organiser Wisut Tangwitthayaporn was gunned down on 12 January in Phuket by unknown assailants on a motorbike in what appears to have been a targeted killing.  Wisut, the...[more]


Thai Editor Faces Jail on Lése Majestè Charges

IPI Urges Thai Government to Refrain from Using Lése Majestè Laws to Stifle Criticism [more]


DW: Phamon Phonphanit: Thailand

Phamon Phonphanit, 61, a reporter with the local newspaper Sue Samut Atyakam in Thailand's insurgency-plagued southern Narathiwat province, died on 24 September at Yala Central Hospital from severe burns he suffered while...[more]


Bloggers Bear Brunt of Asia Online Censorship

In China, Thailand, Vietnam, the Noose Tightens [more]


IPI on World Press Freedom Day: Barbara Trionfi Speaks at the Norwegian Editors Forum

The Top Ten Threats to Press Freedom Worldwide [more]

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