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COVID-19: 400 Thais Set to Return to Homeland on April

BANGKOK, April 18 (TNA) – The Thai embassy and three Thai consulates-general in the United States arranged for the return of about 400 Thai people to Thailand on April 17-19. The Thai embassy in Washington DC stated on its Facebook page that the embassy and Thai consulates-general in Los Angeles, New York and Chicago facilitated […]Read More

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Number of repatriated foreign terrorists from Turkey rises to 21

Over 20 foreign terrorists of seven different nationalities were sent back to their countries within the last three weeks, said the country’s Interior Ministry on Sunday, Anadolu Agency reports. The ministry said 13 German, two Belgian, two Dutch, one Danish, one British, one American and an Irish terrorist were deported from Turkey in Nov.11-Dec.1. It […]Read More

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Briton sentenced to 50 years for drug charges in Thailand

Bangkok – A British man who was sentenced to 50 years in prison in Thailand for ecstasy possession is set to be transferred to the UK to serve the remainder of his sentence. L. W., originally from Bromsgrove, England, was 27 when he was sentenced to 50 years in jail after being caught with 200 […]Read More

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10 Iranian inmates repatriated

Ten Iranian inmates have been sent home to serve their remaining terms in Iran, Corrections Department director-general Narat Sawettanan said on Thursday. He said Iranian inmates were sent home early this week and the department will gradually send back 43 remaining prisoners. Full story: The Nation By The NationRead More

Asia

Thailand Takes Steps to Repatriate 5,000 Citizens Working in Saudi

About 5,000 Thais working in Saudi Arabia are asking for help to come home after Riyadh raised visa fees for foreign migrants, officials said Friday, as authorities prepared to repatriate 629 residents of the Deep South, one of Thailand’s poorest regions. The Southern Border Province Administration Center (SBPAC) was negotiating with the Thai Foreign Ministry, […]Read More

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16 Myanmar migrant workers repatriated

Thailand repatriated 16 Myanmar migrant workers back to Myanmar on Wednesday (Feb 28) for illegal entry. All the workers were victims of human trafficking. The Myanmar workers, 14 men and two women, were from Rakhine State and were smuggled into Mae Sod district of Tak province by human trafficking gang to work in fishing boats […]Read More

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14 foreign fugitives to be repatriated

BANGKOK, 21 March 2017 (NNT) – Thailand will repatriate 14 foreign fugitives sought by their home countries. According to Immigration Police Bureau chief Pol Lt Gen Nattorn Prohsunthorn, 14 foreign fugitives are currently in custody including 6 Russians, 1 Ukrainian, 1 Belarusian, 4 Uzbekistanis, 1 Moroccan and 1 Iranian. Thai Immigration police were notified by […]Read More

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PM defends the repatriation of two Chinese activists

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-ocha reiterated today (Tuesday) that the repatriation of two Chinese activists back to China was done properly in accordance with the laws as there were warrants for their arrest from China. “So when there were warrants for their arrest, we had to send them back,” he explained. Read more: thaipbs.or.thRead More