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A monarchy reform activist in Thailand dies in detention after months of a hunger strike

  • A Thai activist accused of insulting the monarchy, Netiporn "Bung" Sanesangkhom, died in detention after a months-long hunger strike.
  • Sanesangkhom died as her heart "stopped suddenly" on Tuesday morning, while demanding reforms to Thailand's justice system, especially criticizing the lese majeste law.
  • She had been detained since January, facing charges of insulting the monarchy and held a hunger strike leading to declining health and ultimately her death.
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