As families mourn, Thai officials begin to look for answers. What made a soldier shoot and kill at least 26 people in a rampage in a shopping mall?
The northeastern city of Korat has been turned into a sea of orange as 10,000 monks took part in prayer vigil for those killed in last Saturday's tragedy. Thailand's deadliest mass shooting left 29 people dead.
The soldier reportedly opened fire at a shopping mall in the city of Nakhon Ratchasima, northeast of the capital, Bangkok. Authorities shot the suspect dead after he spent hours holed up in the mall.
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