The Telegraph
Tuesday , March 11 , 2014
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Thai boom in fakes

With huge numbers of visitors and patchy law enforcement, Thailand has a booming black market for fake identity documents, and it was here that two passengers on a missing Malaysia Airlines jet were apparently able to get hold of stolen passports....   | Read..

Libya forces seize Korea tanker loading oil

Libyan government forces today seized a tanker that had loaded crude at a port under the control of rebels who plan to sell oil independently of the Tripoli government...   | Read..

China curbs on secret panel

China has curtailed the power of the ruling Communist Party’s Political and Legal Committee, a secretive body overseeing the security services, to interfere in most leg...   | Read..

Ukraine mounts diplomatic offensive

Ukraine’s interim Prime Minister, Arseniy P. Yatsenyuk, was reported today to be pursuing a high-profile diplomatic offensive in the US and at the UN as a referendum ap...   | Read..

Armed forces seize navy post

Unidentified armed men fired in the air as they moved into a Ukrainian naval post in Crimea today in the latest confrontation since Russian military groups seized control of ...   | Read..

Harry, Cressida: hint of a royal engagement

Another public show of affection between Prince Harry and Cressida Bonas saw bookies slash their odds of an announcement this year....   | Read..
A Thai policeman shows a copy of Italian Luigi Maraldi’s stolen passport in Pattaya, Thailand, on Monday. (AFP)
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