â€œThai woman sought for bomb attack,â€ reads the front page of Bangkok Postâ€™s Monday edition, following the weekend arrest of a suspect of unknown nationality.
In the widening investigation into Bangkokâ€™s deadly bombing two weeks ago, authorities are hunting for a Thai woman who left bomb-making materials in a rented apartment in Min Buri District in Bangkok.
The woman had then been identified as 26-year-old Wanna Suansun. Later in the day, Thai police obtained a second arrest warrant for an unidentified man of unknown nationality. Police are currently working with embassies to try to establish the manâ€™s nationality, who does not speak Thai but some English. Below are images of the two new suspects.
The Bangkok Post added that â€œthe two new arrest warrants raised to four the number of people now wanted under warrant for involvement in the Erawan shrine bombing on Aug. 17 that killed 20 people and injured 131 and the bomb explosion at Sathorn pier the following day.â€
ABOUT THE SOURCE: The Bangkok Post is a broadsheet English-language daily newspaper published in Thailand's capital. It was founded in 1946.
A court in Spain usurps custody of the one-year-old boy living with his mother in the "deep" part of the Galicia region, forced to instead live with his father in the southern city of Marbella, which the judge says is "cosmopolitan" with good schools and medical care. Women's rights groups have taken up the mother's case.
A Spanish court has ordered the withdrawal of a mother's custody of her one-year-old boy because she is living in the countryside in northwestern Spain, where the judge says the child won't have "opportunities for the proper development of his personality."
The case, reported Monday in La Voz de Galicia, has sparked outrage from a women's rights association but has also set off reactions from politicians of different stripes across the province of Galicia, defending the values of rural life.
Judge María Belén Ureña Carazo, of the family court of Marbella, a city on the southern coast of 141,000 people, has ordered the toddler to stay with father who lives in the city rather than with his mother because she was living in "deep Galicia" where the child would lack opportunities to "grow up in a happy environment."
Front page of La Voz de Galicia - October 25, 2021
Front page of La Voz de Galicia - Monday 25 October, 2021
Better in a "cosmopolitan" city?
The judge said Marbella, where the father lives, was a "cosmopolitan city" with "a good hospital" as well as "all kinds of schools" and thus provided a better environment for the child to thrive.
The mother has submitted a formal complaint to the General Council of the Judiciary that the family court magistrate had acted with "absolute contempt," her lawyer told La Voz de Galicia.
The mother quickly accumulated support from local politicians and civic organizations. The Clara Campoamor association described the judge's arguments as offensive, intolerable and typical of "an ignorant person who has not traveled much."
The Xunta de Galicia, the regional government, has addressed the case, saying that any place in Galicia meets the conditions to educate a minor. The Socialist party politician Pablo Arangüena tweeted that "it would not hurt part of the judiciary to spend a summer in Galicia."
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