Thai police have arrested a suspect in the bombing that killed 20 people and wounded scores more at a shrine in Bangkok this month, authorities said Saturday. 376 more words
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Thailand's worst-ever bombing has caused a 17 percent fall in tourist arrivals -- Thai police have "not many clues to go on"
BANGKOK — Thailand’s worst-ever bombing has caused a 17 percent fall in tourist arrivals, putting pressure on revenues vital to the military government’s moves to resuscitate a struggling economy. 814 more words
Thai police have found and defused a bomb in a home on one of Bangkok’s busiest roads.
The bomb, referred to as a “wide bomb”, was found in the house of a construction worker on Sukhumvit 81, Kamthorn Aucharoen, who commands the police’s explosives ordnance team, told… 580 more words
Thailand: Police have reportedly been showing a copy of a Turkish passport as they question hotel staff and motorbike taxi drivers in the manhunt for the chief suspect in Bangkok’s worst terrorist atrocity… 911 more words
The reward for anyone with information which leads to the arrest of the Rajaprasong bomber was increased today from THB1 million to THB3 million.
The increase in the reward came from Somwang Asrasi, a red-shirt leader and the former secretary to Deputy Commerce Minister who offered up an additional THB2 million, according to… 139 more words
Bomber did not ‘do it alone’ and ‘part of network’
Bangkok: The Erawan shrine has reopened after Monday’s attack which killed 20 but police have yet to establish the nationality of the individual responsible. 861 more words