Two Uighur terror suspects enroute to Malaysia

  • Nation
  • Saturday, 09 Apr 2016

Filepix of two Uighur terror suspects of the Erawan shrine bombing in Bangkok last August arrive at a military court in Bangkok in February.

BANGKOK: Two Turks of Uighur descent, suspected of plotting terrorist attacks in Thailand, have reportedly left the Kingdom for Malaysia, according to a Thai official.

Surat Thani Governor, Wongsiri Promchana, who disclosed this information to Bernama on Saturday, said he was informed of the two men's recent departure for neighbouring Malaysia by Phuket's Immigration Office.

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