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PRESS RELEASE March 26, 2010 By Joe Davy PDF  | Print |
Lao General cautions Hmong returnees what to tell media

Yesterday, Lao Brigadier General Bouasieng Champaphanh paid a special visit to a group of some 3000 Hmong returnees recently resettled in Phonkham village, Borikhamsai province. He informed them all that the Lao government had invited the foreign media to visit their village the next day and cautioned the returnees to make sure to use correct speech when answering any questions the journalists may ask.
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PRESIDENT OBAMA REMEMBER YOUR PROMISE TO THE HMONG, By Joe Davy, January 20, 2009 PDF  | Print |

As you are sworn in today as the 44th President of the United States I ask that you remember your campaign promise to your loyal Hmong American supporters.

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HMONG REFUGEES IN THAILAND FEAR OF FORCED REPATRIATION, January 2, 2009 PDF  | Print |

Hmong International Human Rights Watch, Nebraska-January 2, 2009- Hmong Refugees in Thailand fear of Forced Repatriation. Approximately 400 Thai military troops deployed to refugee camp in Huay Nam Khao, Phetchabun, Thailand.

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PRESS RELEASE BY JOE DAVY, December 17, 2008 PDF  | Print |

USA stop the torture of Lao-Hmong refugees being held hostage at Nong Khai jail, Thailand

 

A group of 158 UNHCR recognized Hmong refugees from Laos, consisting mainly of women and children, have been held under what can only be described as torturous physical and psychological conditions for well over two years now with no signs of ever being released.

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BAMBOO HOUSES ARE DESTROYED, May 24, 2008 PDF  | Print |
 

Around 9:00 AM Central Standard Time on Saturday May 24, 2008, HIHRW started receiving telephone calls from Huay Nam Khao reporting two suspicious vehicles entering the camp with what looked like guns attached to the top of each vehicle. The residents believed these vehicles may be chemical trucks the Thai Military use for spraying tear gas on protesters. At around 9:30 AM, more telephone calls came in reporting that the Thai military had begun to spray chemicals at the population in the camp.huaynamkhao5_23_08  (eNo chemical was spray on anyone. Please read paragraph three)

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