Thai authorities have lambasted at foreign media for conducting an interview with the boys of the Wild Boars soccer team who were miraculously rescued from Tham Luang cave in northern Thailand, after being trapped for two weeks. Thailand's Deputy Permanent Secretary for Justice Tawatchai Thaikyo wrote, "I was saddened that the foreign media, whom we assumed understood children' rights very well as well as the procedures for protecting children and minors, but their standards have turned out to be unexpectedly substandard." He asserted that media organisations should follow such guidelines when interviewing juveniles and minors. The guidelines are the same which is...
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