Month: August 2015


Bomb pair in Cambodia, say police

Police believe the two prime bombing suspects in the Erawan and Sathon pier explosions are hiding in Cambodia and have asked Phnom Penh authorities to hunt them down, a Crime Suppression Division (CSD) source said Monday. Meanwhile, a reporter on Monday night spoke with the most-wanted Thai Muslim woman, who said she has been in […]Read More


Bangkok bombing: Wanted woman ‘in Turkey’

Thai woman flew out of Phuket in July; bomb materials found in flat she rented, police say; relative claims she will return to deny any role in blasts THE hunt for those behind the Erawan Shrine bombing two weeks ago has narrowed, with arrest warrants issued for two more suspects – one of them a […]Read More


Rail cars for new electric train route will arrive to

BANGKOK, 30 August 2015 (NNT) – The Ministry of Transport has reported that a Japanese rail car manufacturer will be able to deliver all rail cars for the Bang Sue-Bang Yai purple electric train route in January next year. Permanent Secretary for Transport Soithip Traisut has traveled to Japan to monitor the progress of the […]Read More


Supreme Court drops Yingluck Shinawatra’s petitions

The Supreme Court’s Criminal Division for Holders of Political Positions today dropped the petition of ex- premier Yingluck Shinawatra for the court to suspend her trial of the rice-pledging scheme case temporarily and transfer to the Administrative Court to proceed instead. The court also rejected her petition protesting the filing of additional evidence and witnesses […]Read More


ISIL Terrorists Try to Enter Bulgaria as “Refugees”

Five men were arrested on the Bulgarian-Macedonian border. Their mobile phones contained pictures of decapitated people and ISIL symbols, Russia’s Federal News Agency reported. Five men aged 20-24 were arrested on the Bulgarian-Macedonian border while travelling in a car with Kosovo numbers. The suspects were stopped by border patrol. To avoid the check up, they […]Read More


Nakhon Pathom: Officials arrest suspect on human trafficking charges

NAKHON PATHOM, 31 August 2015, (NNT) – Nakhon Pathom provincial police arrested a human trafficking suspect and issued arrest warrants for four more, after officials discovered several mistreated Laotian workers last week. Kamphaeng Saen district police officers raided Yupha Farm on August 22 and found that the owners of the establishment caged 13 Laotians. Read […]Read More