Veronica Pedrosa

Humanitarian crises

Stranded Rohingya migrants say: 'We're dying on board'

Passengers aboard crowded ship say traffickers and captain abandoned them without food or water, and left them to die.


Tsunami survivors celebrate 'second life'

Survivors of Indian Ocean Tsunami mark 10th anniversary of a disaster that still leaves an indelible mark on region.


Thai abductees 'stuck in North Korea'

UN Commission of Inquiry into human rights abuses by North Korea hears testimonies of possible abductions in Thailand.


Thai radio station promotes debate

Violence in the south is still ongoing despite six-month-old peace deal, but a new radio station aims to change that.


Thai rubber farmers protest over prices

Farmers have taken to the streets demanding that the government intervenes to save them from declining prices.


Analysis: Myanmar's conflicting narratives

Human rights report denounces ethnic cleansing of Rohingya as the West congratulates Myanmar on democratic reforms.


An unusual sight as Bangkok's nurses strike

Hundreds of nurses staged an orderly protest in the Thai capital to demand higher pay and better job security.


Myanmar military in PR battle

Information ministry hits back at monks who led earlier anti-government protests.


Hints of Myanmar power struggle

Split may be emerging among Myanmar's military rulers, sources tell Al Jazeera.


Philippines on the brink

Peace between government and Muslim separatists threatened.


Thaksin: No justice in Thailand

Deposed Thai leader reluctant to face charges in court on August 14.


Suu Kyi's long silence

Protests in Myanmar as Aung San Suu Kyi's house arrest is extended by another year.