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Isuzu NKR Prisoner transport vehicle of the Royal Thai Police, at Na Wa Police station, Thailand

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

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Thailand plans to close border camps, to repatriate 100,000 to Myanmar

BANGKOK, April 11 - Thailand wants to close its camps housing displaced Myanmar nationals and repatriate over 100,000 persons back to homeland following their country's first election, according to the Thai National Security Council (NSC) chief. NSC Secretary General Tawin Pleansri told reporters after an NSC meeting at Government House Monday

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