Two of four men suspected of being involved in violent attacks against anti-government protesters have been arrested on firearms-related charges, police said.
A cache of firearms seized as part of the junta’s crackdown on war weapons is displayed at First Army Region headquarters. The confiscated items include assault rifles, grenades, rocket propelled grenades and bulletproof vests. Apichart Jinakul
Nattapan Bangla, 40, and Charoen Promchart, 38, were caught on Monday, four days after the military court issued a warrant for their arrest.
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