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Court orders further detention for terror suspect; transferred to prison

BANGKOK, Jan 17 – Thailand’s Criminal Court on Tuesday ordered further detention for a dual-national Lebanese-Swedish terror suspect for 12 days for illegally possessing explosive materials. Atris Hussein has been further detained for 12 days at Bangkok Remand Prison from Jan 17-28 pending questioning of about 30 witnesses. Thai police are working with foreign and […]Read More

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Bangkok threat: Terrorist’s Swedish connection

Thailand terror suspect married to Swede, believed to have used passport to aid Hezbollah The suspect detained in Bangkok on suspicion of planning to blow up Israeli targets in Thailand has been identified as 47-year-old Hussein Atris, an Lebanese man holding a Swedish passport. An examination of the passport, which was obtained by Ynet, revealed […]Read More

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Police believe terror suspect roaming Bangkok

Police are hunting a terror suspect believed to be at large in Bangkok as the number of foreign embassies issuing travel warnings to Thailand increased to 11 Saturday. Late on Friday night police released a sketch of a man suspected of entering Thailand to launch terrorist attacks, hours after Atris Hussein, a Swedish-Lebanese man with […]Read More

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Hezbollah ‘calls off attacks’ in Thailand

A Middle Eastern terrorist group had cancelled its plan to attack targets in Thailand after one of its members was arrested in Bangkok and the authorities learned about the plot, the national police chief quoted the suspect as saying yesterday. Pol General Priewpan Damapong added, however, that the police would still be on guard, with […]Read More

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Thai national police chief denies Lebanese terrorist suspect detained with

BANGKOK, Jan 14 – National police chief Pol Gen Prewpan Dhamapong on Saturday denied that Atris Hussein, a 48 year-old Lebanese man with suspected links to a militant group in Lebanon, was detained with urea fertiliser as an explosives ingredient. The man was apprehended for questioning on Friday at Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport under the immigration […]Read More

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Two Lebanese terror suspects arrested in Bangkok

Thai authorities on Friday detained two Lebanese nationals pending investigation in connection with the US’ alert on possible terrorist attack in Bangkok. Deputy Prime Minister Chalerm Yubamrung said in cooperation with the US, the Thai side found that the they entered the Thai territory recently and were under watch by the Thai side since. Read […]Read More