Thai police said on Friday a man they are holding in custody is the bomber behind a deadly attack in Bangkok last month. The investigation has focused on a man in a yellow shirt caught on security camera footage leaving a backpack at the shrine.

Thai police said on Friday a man they are holding in custody is the bomber behind a deadly attack in Bangkok last month. In the latest twist in an in(...)

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Police officers escort a key suspect in last month’s Bangkok bombing (in yellow) identified by Thai police as Yusufu Mierili. Photograph: AP Photo/Sakchai Lalit

A key suspect in last month’s Bangkok bombing admitted he gave a backpack containing a bomb to a man in a yellow shirt who was later seen leaving a si(...)

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Thai Army officers walk with a suspect, believed to be involved in the recent Bankgkok blast, after his arrest in Sa Kaeo, near the Thai-Cambodia border. Photograph: National Council for Peace and Order/Handout via Reuters

Police in Thailand claimed significant progress on Wednesday towards finding the mastermind of Thailand’s deadliest attack after saying an arrested m(...)

Thai police chief Somyot Poompanmuang  told reporters that the reward offered for information leading to the capture of any bombing suspects would be given to the police team. Photograph: EPA

Police hunting for the perpetrators of Thailand’s deadliest bombing have arrested a second foreign suspect, prime minister Prayuth Chan-ocha said on T(...)

Thailand’s national police spokesman Prawut Thavornsiri with a picture of an unnamed foreign man wanted for questioning after bomb-making materials were found in a Bangkok apartment. Photograph: AFP Photo/Nicolas Asfouri

Clutching three thick wads of cash, Thailand’s police chief said he was handing his officers a reward of 3 million baht (€75,000) for making an arrest(...)

 Thai Royal Police arrest warrant  photos made available on August 31st, 2015, show  sketches of  unidentified suspects  believed to be linked to the Erawan Shrine bomb explosion in Bangkok, Thailand.

Police in Thailand have issued arrest warrants for two new suspects in a bomb attack two weeks ago that killed 20 people. Police are searching for a (...)

 Thai  police officers search a rented room in Bangkok. Photograph: Rungroj Yongrit/EPA

Police investigating a bombing in Thailand earlier this month raided a second location and widened their search for more suspects on Sunday after a f(...)