Two suspects in Bangkok bombing cleared

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BANGKOK, THAILAND - Two down, eight to go; the BBC reports a couple of the suspects in this week's deadly bombing at a Bangkok shrine surrendered and were cleared by police. Turns out, one was a Chinese tourist and the other man was his tour guide.

Thai investigators say security cameras caught the men standing near the prime suspects in Monday's attack that killed 20 and injured more than 100. Police are still looking for him and seven other men who likely spent more than a month planning the bombing.

"I've never been through anything like this before. I'm still scared," said Theerasak Kultham, a motorbike taxi driver who witnessed the attack.

Days later, the shrine where the blast happened reopened, even though one of the statues is still damaged. Families of the victims flocked to the site, offering up incense and flowers to mourn their losses as a sense of unease permeates the city.

Now the search continues for the remaining eight suspects as Bangkok tries to return to normal.

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