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That police arrest a second foreign suspect allegedly involved in the bombing of the Erawan Shrine in Sa Kaew province, near Cambodian border, according to The Nation. China will stage a grand parade on Thursday in Tian'anmen Square to mark the 70th anniversary of victory in the Chinese People's War of Resistance against Japanese Aggression (1937-45) and the end of World War II, China Daily writes. North Korea urges South Korea to refrain from making comments that could dampen inter-Korean ties, threatening to revoke a recent inter-Korean deal on easing military tension, a report in The Korea Herald states. The Tokyo Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games announces it would stop using the logo unveiled in July for the 2020 Tokyo Games after claims that the design resembles that of the Theatre de Liege in Belgium, The Yomiuri Shimbun reports. The organisers of a massive weekend demonstration demanding the Malaysian Prime Minister's removal over corruption allegations have been summoned by police, a report in The Straits Times says.
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