‘Raw grief’ at temple after Thailand nursery attack


The BBC’s Jonathan Head witnessed distressing scenes as families arrived at a temple to collect victims of a nursery attack in north-east Thailand.

An an ex-policeman killed 37 people, 23 of them children as young as two, at a childcare centre.

Police say the 34-year-old attacker – a local named Panya Kamrab – then killed his wife and his step-son, before killing himself after a manhunt.



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