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The Thai Department of Correction, at the request of human rights organisations, is to separate LGBTI prisoners to prevent abuse
Calls for dialogue and condemnations multiply against a vaguely-worded bill seeking to impose prison sentences and exorbitant fines on journalists
Following the failed coup, the Turkish press is going through one of its worst periods in terms of safety and freedom of expression. But the international media has also been placed under close surveillance by the Turkish authorities and has become the target of attacks on social media
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