Thai army holds 10 in south after raids for car bomb suspects




 
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Thai army holds 10 in south after raids for car bomb suspects
 
April 5th, 2015  
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Thai army holds 10 in south after raids for car bomb suspects
Thailand's army said on Sunday that 10 Muslim activists remained in custody out of a group of 22 detained in the south on April 2 under martial law in connection with a car bombing. Thailand is predominantly Buddhist but parts of the south are majority Muslim. The raids drew the criticism of Human Rights Watch, which demanded an end to arbitrary detentions and the group's immediate release unless charged with a credible offense. Four of those detained have confessed to having some connection to a car bombing on Feb. 20, Thai army Internal Security Operations Command spokesman Pramote Prommin said by telephone on Sunday.

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