Bangkok bomber unlikely linked to global terror group – Thailand

2015-08-20 11:43
An image released by the Royal Thai Police shows the sketch of a man suspected to be the Bangkok bomber. (Royal Thai Police, AFP)

An image released by the Royal Thai Police shows the sketch of a man suspected to be the Bangkok bomber. (Royal Thai Police, AFP)

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Bangkok - Thailand's junta on Thursday said the Bangkok bomb that killed 20 people was not likely to be the work of global terror group although a foreigner has been identified as the chief suspect.

"It's unlikely that it's the work of an international terrorist group," Colonel Winthai Suvaree, a junta spokesperson, said in a televised update, adding "Chinese people were not the direct target".

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