Flags flutter at an entrance of Thai-Chinese Rayong Industrial Zone in Rayong province, east of Bangkok, Thailand, April 7, 2016. REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom
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One of two ethnic Uighur Muslims from China accused of involvement in a deadly bombing at a Bangkok shrine last year broke down in front of cameras Tuesday as he made his way into court.Analysts, diplomats and even some officials suspected the attack was linked to sympathizers of the Uighur minority in western China angered by the Thai junta's deportation of more than 100 Uighurs to China the previous month.But Thai police said the perpetrators were members of a network that trafficked Uighur Muslims and launched the attack in anger at Thailand's crackdown on the trade.
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