A large piece of curved metal washed ashore in Nakhon Si Thammarat province, Tanyapat Patthikongpan, head of Pak Phanang district, said.
Brother of victim says justice has been served, but verdict and sentence follow allegations of police incompetence
National police deputy spokesman Col. Songpol Wattanachai confirmed the authenticity of a leaked police memo mentioning the intelligence warning. He told reporters that the information has not been verified.
“Mobile phone lane” will help speeding university students avoid getting bumped into smartphone users on their way to class.
The couple, who were living together at the time, cashed the winnings together at a local bank and deposited the money in the man’s account
Yingluck filed a criminal case at the court to counter-sue Thailand’s AG over the handling of her prosecution in connection with a subsidy scheme for rice farmers, which ran up huge losses.
Teachers at the school came up with an “honor system” whereby those who break the rule “destroy their phones voluntarily.”
Authorities will seek an arrest warrant soon for a man who shared an apartment with a suspect who was arrested a week ago when a police raid found bomb-making materials in his room.
The photographer is being charged with possessing an illegal weapon, which carries a prison sentence of up to five years.
A week after an explosion killed 20 people in Bangkok, Thai police find unexploded bomb in capital.
A new surveillance video has surfaced offering a possible clue to solving the crime.
The Southeast Asian country’s tourism industry has expanded strongly over recent years, driven by rising numbers of Chinese tourists, which has helped offset the drag on growth from a decade of political instability.
At 7 pm on Monday, a bomb went off at the Erawan shrine in central Bangkok, killing at least 18 and leaving more than a hundred injured.
Bangkok blast | At least 20 people were confirmed dead and 126 injured, according to the Erawan Emergency Center, which revised an earlier injured toll.
Police Senior Sgt. Maj. Worapong Boonthawee says an explosive device was thrown from the Taksin Bridge on Tuesday afternoon and blew up at Sathorn Pier after falling into the Chao Phraya River below. “There is no injury,” he says.