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Global Newsstand: Thailand should not impede those who are seeking asylum, and more

The Nation / Bangkok, ThailandThailand should not impede those who are seeking asylum

“The fate of a Saudi woman on her way to Australia, where she has a visa and seeks to obtain asylum, teetered in the balance in Bangkok [on Jan. 7]...,” states an editorial. “Amid Thailand’s apparent willingness to deport [Rahaf al-Qunun] back to Saudi Arabia, rights lawyers representing her failed to get a Bangkok

The Moscow Times / MoscowArrest of Paul Whelan signals danger for all private citizensKorea Joongang Daily / Seoul, South KoreaKorea needs fewer regulations to catch up to Chinese technologyThe Irish Times / Dublin, IrelandCatholic Church in Ireland has a chance to remake itself in leadership turnoverThe Guardian Nigeria / Lagos, NigeriaOne Nigerian word sums up today’s global politics

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