A manhunt is on for suspects in Monday's bombing at Bangkok’s Erawan shrine. So far, the attack killed at least 22 people and wounded over 100. As Thai citizens tried to make sense of Monday’s attack, yesterday, another bomb was thrown from a bridge in Bangkok. There were no injuries reported in the second incident. We’ll get the latest from Pailin Wedel, an independent journalist, based in Bangkok.
After the military coup in Thailand last may, the military imposed martial law in the country. Human rights observers are now reporting rampant human rights violations, and Amnesty International is accusing the junta of abuses from suppression of free speech to torture. We'll discuss their findings.