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Thailand seeks more than 10 suspects for series of bombs in Bangkok

Reuters Monday, 5 August 2019
Thai security forces are hunting more than 10 suspects in connection with a series of bomb attacks in Bangkok last week, Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha said on Monday.
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News video: More suspected bombs found in Bangkok at train station in heart of tourist area

More suspected bombs found in Bangkok at train station in heart of tourist area 00:47

Police secure a suspicious black package suspected of being another bomb in Bangkok this morning (August 2) after multiple explosions hit the city injuring several people. Footage shows bomb disposal experts at the Sala Daeng BTS station in the centre of the Thai capital. The area is next to...

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