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Sixteen-year-old Aung Min Khine, detained in the 10 March Letpadan crackdown, was granted bail in a court hearing on Tuesday due to his status as a minor.
Non-Buddhist men may face two years in prison or a US$1,500 fine, or both, if found to have violated the controversial Marriage Bill, if adopted.
Ma Thandar gives testimony in a civilian court hearing as she criticises the acquittal of two soldiers which the government says has constitutional basis.
Official settlements should be created, says Pol-Gen Somyot, while policy chief says issue is “international responsibility”.
“The crackdown has yet to uproot all trafficking networks,” said human rights lawyer Surapong Kongchantuk from the Lawyers Council of Thailand.