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Thailand Recalls Ambassador to Cambodia


Appointing Thaksin ‘an insult’ to Thai justice system

The Foreign Ministry has responded to Cambodia’s appointment of fugitive former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra as its economic adviser by recalling the Thai ambassador to Cambodia.

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The upside-down world of Hun Sen and Thaksin


The Thai government prepared to fend off a “red shirt” army at the Association of Southeast Asian Nations summit, mounting security measures designed to prevent a repetition of the embarrassing scenes that disrupted a similar Asean meeting in Pattaya.

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Chavalit’s trip raises tension


With his visit on Wednesday to Cambodia, former prime minister Chavalit Yongchaiyudh has virtually opened this country to interference in its internal affairs and further complicated the Thai-Cambodian border conflict.

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BUDDIES OF TWO COUNTRIES : Cambodia will not extradite Thaksin on any request


Cambodia issued a statement Friday, saying it would not extradite the former Prime Minister Thaksin Sinawatra if requested by the Thai government.

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Thaksin Expelled from Dubai for Continuous Phone-in Attacks on Thai Govt


The prime minister’s spokesperson says the fugitive former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra has left Dubai, after the UAE government requested that he leave the country due to his continuous phone-in attacks on the Thai government.

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Special Report: Facts about Royal Pardon


The anti-government United Front of Democracy Against Dictatorship’s (UDD) campaign for a royal pardon for former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra has caused concerns for the Thai Government and the general public. The Government has responded to the UDD’s campaign by proactively informing the public of regulations and procedures of a royal pardon.

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US confidence in Thai political stability : Thai FM


The US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has expressed confidence in Thailand’s political stability and confirmed that she would join the Asean Ministerial Meeting and Asean Regional Forum in Thailand in July, Foreign Minister Kasit Piromya said Friday. Continue reading