Thailand's military junta has been battling accusations of clamping down on democracy activists. The government's computer servers came under attack from hackers after authorities announced they would limit internet access.
The case of a labor rights activist ordered to pay hefty damages by a Thai court after exposing abuses of migrant workers highlights Bankgok's failure to deal with the issue. DW spoke with those involved in the case.
Around 400 protesters have rallied in the Thai capital to call on the government to restore democracy and hold elections. The junta still hasn't fulfilled its pledge to organize polls after seizing power four years ago.
Thai leader Prayuth Chan-ocha brought a cardboard mock-up of himself to a press conference and told reporters to "ask this guy." It isn't the first time the former general has had strange interactions with the media.
Two former Ford executives are facing court, accused of helping Argentina's military kidnap and torture workers during the 1976-1983 dictatorship. The case sheds light on the company's alleged collusion with the junta.
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