People pray at the renovated Erawan Shrine after Brahmin priests worshipped there. The renovations followed the deadly bombing of 17 August, which killed 20 and injured 123. Photo: EPAPeople pray at the renovated Erawan Shrine after Brahmin priests worshipped there. The renovations followed the deadly bombing of 17 August, which killed 20 and injured 123. Photo: EPA
People pray at the renovated Erawan Shrine after Brahmin priests worshipped there. The renovations followed the deadly bombing of 17 August, which killed 20 and injured 123. Photo: EPA

Thai authorities have let down victims of Bangkok bombing by declaring case is closed

Sweeping the matter under the rug will only embolden those still free and other extremists determined to carry out further attacks

Topic |   Bangkok shrine bombing
People pray at the renovated Erawan Shrine after Brahmin priests worshipped there. The renovations followed the deadly bombing of 17 August, which killed 20 and injured 123. Photo: EPAPeople pray at the renovated Erawan Shrine after Brahmin priests worshipped there. The renovations followed the deadly bombing of 17 August, which killed 20 and injured 123. Photo: EPA
People pray at the renovated Erawan Shrine after Brahmin priests worshipped there. The renovations followed the deadly bombing of 17 August, which killed 20 and injured 123. Photo: EPA
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