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Australian nurse found dead in Bangkok hotel room

Australian nurse found dead in Bangkok hotel room

Listen on the go: Four Days investigation, narrated by Kevin Donovan

A four-day investigation into the death of a young Australian woman found in a Bangkok hotel room has prompted a fresh public examination of the country’s drug laws. There has been no explanation of why the 27-year-old woman, Nithima Thiranagama, died. But Thai authorities have said she might have been murdered, and it was the first such case since 2010. Police initially said they were investigating the death as a murder, then later claimed they had ‘no information’ to suggest foul play. The Foreign Office has raised concern over the case.

In a shocking discovery, an Australian nurse has been found dead in a Bangkok hotel room. Her body was discovered hours after Australia imposed a travel ban on Thailand after she arrived there to work as a volunteer nurse.

The 27-year-old found dead in a Bangkok hotel room has been identified as a nurse from Sydney with a background in occupational health.

The Independent Inquiry Into Drugs’ investigations into the drug laws in Thailand have resulted in recommendations for reform. In the week since the body of a Thai nurse was found in a Bangkok hotel room, many Australians have called for more information about events surrounding Nithima Thiranagama’s death.

According to police, Thiranagama and a 19-year-old man were found dead hours apart in her hotel room, after the man told police in a statement he had been with Thiranagama in the hotel when she began bleeding from the mouth and nose.

“Investigators from the (Thailand) National Bureau of Investigation, Bangkok Metropolitan Police Department and the Metropolitan Police Department of the Royal Thai Police have been actively looking into this case with the assistance of international experts, over the past week,” the police said in a statement issued on Sunday.

Police on Monday began analysing a sample of blood from Thiranagama’s body for evidence, and said they were trying to determine whether her death was a homicide or a suicide.

A statement by the Bangkok police said they had

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