Southeast Asia correspondent faces up to five years in jail over 2015 report detailing how foreign retirees had properties stolen by a network of criminals

A British BBC journalist has appeared in a Thai court for the start of a criminal defamation trial brought by a lawyer who featured in an investigation about foreigners being scammed of their retirement homes.

Jonathan Head, the BBC’s Southeast Asia correspondent, faces up to five years in jail.

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