By THANYARAT DOKSONE
June 7, 2015
In this May 5, 2015 photo, a border patrol police officer guards next to an abandoned migrant camp on Khao Kaew mountain near the Thai-Malaysian border in Padang Besar, Songkhla province, southern Thailand. (AP Photo/Sakchai Lalit)
BANGKOK (AP) — Thailand is eager to show its newfound toughness on human trafficking, taking reporters on patrols and tours of former camps, cooperating with neighboring countries and the U.S., and arresting dozens of officials — including a high-ranking officer in the military that now controls the country.
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Roma pickpockets live in luxury mansions: Bulgarian TV
5 June 2015
SOFIA (ANSA) – The Bulgarian private TV Nova Televizia revealed in a special report that many bag snatchers and pickpockets of Roma ethnic origin live in mansions with gardens and drive luxury cars in town of Ignatievo, near the Black Sea.
'The cow must be milked' - new corruption scandal rattles Rome
5 June 2015
By Alvise Armellini
Rome Mayer Ignazio Marino arrives for press conference - © Giuseppe Lami, EPA
Rome (dpa) - Matteo Renzi may be preparing his best suit to put on at this weekend's Group of Seven (G7) summit in Bavaria, but back at home Italy's fresh-faced prime minister is dealing with fresh scandals at the heart of the nation.
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