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Thai coup leaders hope graft probes end Thaksin

BANGKOK (Reuters) - Thai coup leaders hope probes into graft allegations against deposed Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra and his cabinet will end with them banished from politics, their chief lawyer said on Wednesday.

Thai military sets up probe into Thaksin, friends

BANGKOK (Reuters) - A graft-busting panel appointed by Thailand's coup leaders will take over probes into alleged corruption by ousted Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra and his cabinet, which could lead to asset seizures and political bans.

Thai military sets up probe into Thaksin, friends

BANGKOK (Reuters) - A graft-busting panel appointed by Thailand's coup leaders will take over probes into alleged corruption by ousted Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra and his cabinet, which could lead to asset seizures and political bans.

Thai military sets up probe into Thaksin, friends

BANGKOK (Reuters) - A graft-busting panel appointed by Thailand's coup leaders will take over probes into alleged corruption by ousted Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra and his cabinet, which could lead to asset seizures and political bans.

Thai military sets up probe into Thaksin, friends

BANGKOK (Reuters) - A graft-busting panel appointed by Thailand's coup leaders will take over probes into alleged corruption by ousted Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra and his cabinet, which could lead to asset seizures and political bans.

Marsdens face more charges

A couple who claimed trial to at least 41 counts of money laundering have been slapped with more similar charges.

Couple claim trial to more than 48 counts of money-laundering

A couple who claimed trial to at least 41 counts of money-laundering has been slapped with more charges of committing the offence.

G-7 finance chiefs call for greater flexibility in Chinese exchange rates

SINGAPORE (AP): The United States and other major economies are keeping global growth on track despite risks from high oil prices and other threats, finance chiefs from the Group of Seven industrialized nations said, while urging China to adopt more flexible currency policies.

Paulson says G-7 discussed fighting alleged illicit financing by Iran, North Korea

SINGAPORE (AP): U.S. Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson on Saturday said Group of Seven finance chiefs were alert to alleged illegal financial activities by Iran and North Korea, and urged stronger international efforts to fight the problem.

Bad times bring rising crime

A WITNESS protection programme in the works promises to bring much relief to citizens who want to inform the security services but currently do not dare to come forward. They fear intimidation prior to trials and criminal retaliation after giving evidence.