VP 'sorry' amid reports of privilege extended to family at airport

08/25/2013 07:29 PM
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Taipei, Aug. 25 (CNA) Vice President Wu Den-yih said he was sorry Sunday over the trouble caused to the foreign ministry after local media reports that the ministry's service desk at Taiwan's main international gateway offered unusually swift passport service to Wu's grandson.

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