The two bombing attacks in Bangkok last month were retaliation against the Thai government's suppression of human trafficking gangs, Thai authorities said on September 28.
A Thai court on September 23 issued an arrest warrant for a new suspect in the Bangkok bombings last month, raising the total number of arrest warrants issued in connection with the blast to 14.
Malaysian police on September 23 announced the arrest of eight suspects, including four Malaysians, over the Erawan shrine blast in Bangkok, Thailand last month.
Thai police searched an apartment complex in the capital Bangkok’s Din Daeng area and detained three women for questioning on September 13, alleging their involvement in the Sathorn pier bombing on August 18.
The only Vietnamese citizen injured in a bomb attack in Bangkok in mid-August, was helped to return home on September 5 by the Vietnamese Embassy in Thailand.
Police probing Thailand's deadliest bombing widened their search for more suspects on August 30 after a foreigner was arrested and stacks of fake passports and bomb-making materials found during a raid on a Bangkok apartment block.
Thai police said they arrested a foreigner on August 29 who matched the description of a man who left a bag at the site of a Bangkok blast that killed 20 people nearly two weeks ago.
A Bangkok court issued an arrest warrant on August 19 for a foreigner suspected of carrying out the Erawan shrine bombing in the Thai capital that killed at least 20 people.
Thai authorities said on August 18 they were looking for a suspect seen on closed-circuit television (CCTV) footage near a popular shrine where a bomb blast killed 22 people, nearly half of them foreigners.