No free speech in Thailand

Thailand’s “Prisoner of Conscience”, Ampon Tangnoppakul, has died in prison. He was sentenced to 20 years imprisonment for allegedly insulting the Thai Royal Family.

A memorial has been unveiled for Activist, Chhut Vuthy, who was murdered by Police in Cambodia.

And on a lighter note, Laos has held its first Pro Golf Tournament.

Tim Brunero talks to Asian Correspondent, Jocelyn Pederick.


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Producer: Tim Brunero

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