Published: June 06, 2021
Thai military officers on Saturday sent 380 refugees back to their homeland across the Moei River in Mae Sot district of Tak province following three days of a ceasefire between the Karen and Myanmar military in the Ban Pha Lu Noi area.
Published: March 31, 2021
The Asean Summit in April in Brunei will address the issue of Myanmar’s ethnic Karen that have fled across the border to Thailand to seek refuge, Foreign Minister Don Pramudwinai said on Tuesday, adding that Bangkok is closely monitoring the situation.
Published: January 31, 2021
The Karen National Union (KNU) issued a statement on January 29 calling for an urgent plenary meeting inclusive of all groups of delegates so as to break the ongoing political deadlock and forge national reconciliation.
Published: January 13, 2021
Mae Sot officials are concerned about the situation along the Thai-Myanmar border at Tha Song Yang district, Tak province, after Myanmar’s government ordered three battalion commanders to be removed from office on charges of “conspiracy with foreigners to destroy the country” and a clash in the neighbouring nation between its military and ethic rebels.
Published: July 04, 2019
Hitting back at Thailand’s proposing Kaeng Krachan National Park as a World Heritage Site, an observer at the ongoing World Heritage Meeting in Azerbaijan has submitted a report on rights abuses against the Karen who were evicted from the park.