The Thai government believes it is “clearer who the bombers are” who carried out the bomb attack at a shrine in central Bangkok on Monday which killed at least 20 people and injured more than a hundred.
Junta chief Prayut Chan-O-Cha on Tuesday branded the bombing the “worst ever attack” on Thailand, as he gave the first indications of who authorities believed were responsible.
“Today there is a suspect… we are looking for this guy,” Prayut told reporters, adding the man was seen on closed circuit television at the blast site.
More than 300,000 taxpayers are now thought to have been affected by a cyber breach of personal data held by the Internal Revenue Service.
Donald Trump reported for jury duty in New York and so did most of the campaign reporters trailing him.
Meanwhile, Trump’s comments on immigration at the weekend left other Republican candidates trying to catch up.
On the Democratic side…
QVC’s parent company Liberty Media is buying Zulilly.
Wal-Mart and Home Depot report earnings on Tuesday.
Reuters says that Domenico Scala, independent chairman of FIFA’s Audit and Compliance Committee, has proposed replacing the executive committee in a bid to reform the organization’s governance structure.
But the proposed reforms are likely to face huge resistance from many within FIFA and from six regional soccer confederations, who currently wield a lot of influence because they nominate members of the executive committee. The move would remove the direct link between the continental confederations and FIFA’s power structure. A new Reform Committee, headed by former International Olympic Committee director general Francois Carrard, could take a different view, and although Scala is supposed to be overseeing its efforts he isn’t in a position to control it.
And, in the ongoing leadership contest,
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