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Thaksin Shinawatra adds passport pages and goes

No Thai passports? No problem if you’re Thaksin Shinawatra. The former prime minister was in Montenegro to renew his passport as it was running out of pages, his daughter Paetongtran wrote on her Instagram account, @ingshin21, on Saturday. Read more: Bangkok PostRead More

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Yingluck Shinawatra visits Switzerland, Italy, Vatican, Montenegro

BANGKOK, Aug 7 – Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra will officially visit Switzerland, Italy, the Vatican and Montenegro from September 8-15 to strengthen trade and investment. Ms Yingluck will be accompanied by cabinet ministers and some 50 members of the business community to explore trade opportunities in Switzerland and Italy. Read more: MCOTRead More

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Thaksin’s Italy detention just a ‘rumour’

Foreign Minister Surapong Towichukchaikul said yesterday that he was not aware of Thaksin Shinawatra being detained in Italy as reported by the Democrat Party, adding that the opposition party was only spreading rumours to discredit the former prime minister. Democrat MP Sirichoke Sopha said earlier that Italian immigration officers had briefly detained Thaksin upon arrival […]Read More

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Thailand to issue passport for ex-PM Thaksin

Thailand will issue a passport for fugitive former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra “very soon”, Foreign Minister Surapong Tovichakchaikul said on Friday. “When Thaksin’s passport was cancelled, there was no order from the courts or the police to seize it,” Mr Surapong told reporters. Read more: Bangkok PostRead More

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Thaksin Shinawatra: Exiled in Dubai, but still he dreams of

The Monday Interview: Ousted in a bloodless coup in 2006, the former PM is desperate to regain power – for his sister. Andrew Buncombe met him Would you you like some durian?” A smile flashes across the face of Thaksin Shinawatra as he thinks of the notorious Asian fruit, famed for both its sweet taste […]Read More

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Montenegro to act if Thaksin on Interpol list

Montenegro has informed Thailand that it will take legal action against convicted ex-PM Thaksin Shinawatra if Interpol put Thaksin on its wanted list, Thai Foreign Minister Kasit Piromya said Monday. “Montenegro Foreign Minister (Milan Rocen) had informed me twice in his letters that the action against Khun Thaksin will depend on the Interpol” Kasit said. […]Read More

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Kasit expected to talk about Thaksin with Montenegro

Thai Foreign Minister Kasit Piromya will meet on Monday Montenegro’s high ranking officials including president and prime minister in a bid to boost the bilateral cooperation and relations. One of the topics expected to be raised when they meet in the capital of Podgorica is about runaway ex-Thai prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra who is holding […]Read More

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Extradition of Thaksin, red leaders sought

THAILAND – Sirisak Tiyaphan, chief public prosecutor for foreign affairs, said yesterday that since 19 red-shirt leaders were indicted earlier this week over acts of terrorism as well as inciting unrest, public prosecutors would file formal requests with the countries that the defendants are believed to be living in. He added that some of these […]Read More