Last week, 4,000 Hmong refugees were forced by the Thailand military to return to Laos.
Read more about what happened at these links:
Thailand Evicts Hmong Refugees is the title of a slideshow from The Wall Street Journal.
Reuters has an online video clip on the eviction.
After forced evacuation, local Hmong fear for their families in Laos is an article that appeared in the Sacramento Bee.
Thailand deports thousands of Hmong to Laos comes from the BBC and also has links to a number of other related-resources.
Thailand Sends 4,000 Hmong Back to Laos is from TIME Magazine and also includes additional links.
The Hmong expulsion shares several photos from the Bangkok Post.
Thailand Evicts 4,000 Hmong to Laos is from The New York Times.
Thai army deports Hmong refugees is from Al Jazeera, and also includes a link to an excellent video series that network did on the Hmong.
Thai move to kick out asylum-seekers angers West is from Reuters and also includes several photos of the eviction.
Thailand Urged to Halt Expulsion of Laotian Hmong Population is an article on the America.gov site (run by the U.S. State Department)
Thailand Moves To Send Hmong Back To Laos is on the National Public Radio site.
Then, in the comments section, please answer this question:
How would you feel if you were forced to leave the United States and return to your native country, especially if you felt like your native country’s government was going to punish you for leaving? Why would you feel that way?