An angry crowd hurled homemade fire bombs and torched vehicles at a police station on Thailand's resort island of Phuket to protest the deaths of two young men who died in a motorcycle crash while being chased by police, authorities said on Sunday.
Thailand's military government appointed a new committee on Monday to write a post-coup constitution after an unpopular earlier draft was rejected last month in a move that has delayed elections until at least 2017.
The foreign suspect arrested here in connection with Thailand's worst bombing at a Brahma temple here has confessed that he carried out the attack, his lawyer said on Wednesday, contradicting his client's earlier claims that he was not in the country at the time of crime.
A foreigner arrested in connection with the deadly bombing at a temple here last month that killed 20 people is the bomber who actually planted the explosives and seen on CCTV images, Thai police said on Saturday.
Thai police said on Friday they believe they have gathered enough evidence to prosecute the person they accuse of carrying out last month's bombing at a landmark in the Thai capital that killed 20 people.
Malaysia has arrested six people suspected of being part of a human trafficking network and who may have helped a bomber who killed 20 people at a Bangkok shrine last month escape from Thailand, police said on Wednesday.
Thai police on Thursday issued an arrest warrant against a Pakistani man who is allegedly the kingpin of a Chinese Uighur trafficking gang in connection with the country's worst bomb blast that killed 20 people last month at a temple here.
Thailand`s police chief Tuesday linked the Bangkok bomb to China`s Uighurs for the first time, as the lawyer for one of two detained foreign suspects confirmed his client hails from the Muslim minority.
Thailand`s police chief on Tuesday linked the Bangkok bomb to China`s Uighur minority, the first time he has referenced the ethnic group after weeks of skirting around their possible involvement in the attack.
A key suspect in last month's bombing at a Bangkok shrine that killed 20 people has fled to Turkey, Thai police said today, in another indication that the attack could be the work of members of China's ethnic Uighur minority who have sympathizers in Turkey.