Stories By Arglit Boonyai
126 Jun 2015 Fri
EU officials have inspected Thailand's fishing fleet, just days before all vessels in the country are required to have tracking systems
223 Jun 2015 Tue
The International Organization for Migration and Microsoft join hands to combat human trafficking by engaging Internet users in an online donation programme.
319 Jun 2015 Fri
The Thai government says that a mass MERS outbreak is not yet a real concern, and doctors in the country agree that there is no reason for the public to panic.
429 May 2015 Fri
Countries affected by the Asian migrant crisis issue have agreed to establish an anti-trafficking task force, but the Rohingya migrants still face an uncertain future.
529 May 2015 Fri
Thailand is playing host to a special meeting on irregular migration in the Indian Ocean on Friday, to address the burgeoning humanitarian crisis involving Rohingya and Bangladeshi migrants.
628 May 2015 Thu
Organisations such as the UNHCR have praised efforts but warn that better coordination is needed to address the burgeoning humanitarian crisis involving Rohingya and Bangladeshi migrants.
722 May 2015 Fri
Although it has been a year since Thailand's most recent coup that saw General Prayut Chan-ocha snatch power from former Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra, the recent cabinet approval of a referendum on a new charter is likely to further delay the much-awaited return of democracy.
818 May 2015 Mon
In what has been the most difficult Danger Zone episode to film, host Arglit Boonyai takes us on his harrowing journey through Myanmar's Shan State for this season’s finale.
911 May 2015 Mon
On this week's Danger Zone, Channel NewsAsia's Arglit Boonyai visits Fukushima and nearby towns suffering from the nuclear fallout of the massive earthquake and resulting tsunami of March 2011.
1004 May 2015 Mon
Deep-seated stubbornness still plagues the Middle East. Channel NewsAsia's Arglit Boonyai is at once caught up in the beauty and hopelessness on both sides of The Wall, on this week's Danger Zone.