Thai officials have issued an arrest warrant for a foreign man wanted in the bombing that killed at least 22 people Monday at a shrine in Bangkok.
Thailand's national police chief said Wednesday the suspected bomber was likely acting as part of a network. But, investigators have not yet been able to identify his motives or nationality.
Officials released a drawing of the suspect. He is a young man with black hair and round glasses. Authorities in Thailand are offering a $28,000 reward for information leading to the suspect.
Video from a security camera shows a young man with a yellow shirt leave a bag under a bench and walk away just before the blast.
A police spokesman said two other men in the video, one wearing red and another wearing white, are also suspects in the attacks.
IS militants kill former director of antiquities in Palmyra
Islamic State militants in Syria have beheaded the former director of antiquities in Palmyra. The city is famous worldwide for its archeological treasures. The Islamic extremists seized Palmyra three months ago.
Palmyra's current director of antiquities said the 82-year-old former director, Khaled Asaad, was killed on Tuesday. He had worked for 50 years preserving the city's 2,000-year-old ruins, which are a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said Mr. Asaad was killed in a public square in Palmyra in front of many people.
Germany approves latest Greek bailout
German lawmakers have approved a $95 billion bailout deal for Greece. The decision will help Greece meet Thursday's deadline to repay international creditors.
Germany is the largest single contributor to Greece's economic bailout. Lawmakers in the country had to approve the deal before it could proceed.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel's finance minister, Wolfgang Schnaeuble, told lawmakers earlier that it would be "irresponsible" not to approve the bailout, for the good of Greece and for the European Union.
At the shrine of the god there were offerings, libations and incense.
She wore a little nurse's hat on her head to identify her.
A sleepless baby can seem to bring little reward.
He ordered to behead the two leaders.
The park was created to preserve some of the forests upstate.
We were not able to meet the deadline because of manufacturing delays.
He didn't have the wherewithal to repay the loan.
1.Authorities in Thailand are offering a $28,000 reward for information leading to the suspect.
Politicians say it could lead to a dissolution of parliament.
2.The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said Mr. Asaad was killed in a public square in Palmyra in front of many people.
in front of在…前面；当着…的面
He has been brought up not to swear in front of women.
3.German Chancellor Angela Merkel's finance minister, Wolfgang Schnaeuble, told lawmakers earlier that it would be "irresponsible" not to approve the bailout, for the good of Greece and for the European Union.
for the good of为了…的好处
Furlaud urged him to resign for the good of the country.
官方公布了嫌犯的图像。这是一名戴着圆形眼镜的黑发年轻男子 。泰国当局悬赏2.8万美元，请求人们提供线索 。
叙利亚伊斯兰国激进分子将帕尔米拉古城前文物主管斩首。这是一座世界闻名的文物古城 。伊斯兰国极端分子三个月前占领了帕尔米拉 。
帕尔米拉古城现任文物主管表示，82岁的前任主管哈立德·阿萨德(Khaled Asaad)周二被杀害。五十多年来，阿萨德一直致力于保护这座古城中拥有2000年历史的遗迹，这里属于联合国教科文组织世界遗产 。