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This Aug. 17, 2015, image, released by Royal Thai Police spokesman Lt. Gen. Prawut Thavornsiri shows a man wearing a yellow T-shirt near the Erawan Shrine before an explosion occurred in Bangkok, Thailand. Prawut said he believes the man is a suspect in the blast that killed a number of people at a shrine in downtown Bangkok on Monday night. (Royal Thai Police via AP)

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Motorcycles are strewn about after an explosion in Bangkok, Monday, Aug. 17, 2015. A large explosion rocked a central Bangkok intersection during the evening rush hour, killing a number of people and injuring others, police said. (AP Photo/Jerry Harmer)

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Bangkok, Thailand, is a diverse, urban city. (Photo by Adrienne Jordan)

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An ethnic Chinese woman prays to celebrate the eve of the Chinese Lunar New Year at the Hea Tek Tunk Chinese Temple in Bangkok, Thailand, Wednesday, Feb. 18, 2015. (AP Photo/Sakchai Lalit)

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Activist Nachacha Kongudom, 21, raises a three-fingered salute outside a cinema where "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1" is showing in Bangkok. "When people have been suppressed for some time, they would want to resist and fight for their rights," Ms. Nachacha said before being arrested. The military-imposed government has banned the gesture, which symbolizes rebellion against totalitarian rule in the film series. A cinema chain in the Thai capital subsequently canceled all screenings. (ASSOCIATED PRESS)

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life imitates art: Thai student activists raise the banned three-fingered protest salute in front of Thai Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha as he speaks in Khon Kaen province, northeast of Bangkok, Thailand. (Associated Press/bangkok post)

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Thai police officer shows a picture of a tattooed human skin, which was found in a package of a U.S. tourist, during a press conference at Bangpongpang police station in Bangkok, Thailand. Monday, Nov. 17, 2014. A shipping company in Bangkok put a trio of packages bound for the United States through a routine X-ray and made a startling discovery — inside were a variety of preserved human parts, including an infant's head, a baby's foot sliced into three sections and a heart. (AP Photo/Sakchai Lalit)