Thai Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha, center, arrives at the government house in Bangkok, Thailand, Tuesday, Sept. 1, 2015.
Thai media reported the second suspect was arrested in Cambodia and turned over to Thailand, but Cambodian police and other officials say he was arrested in Thailand.
Analysts are divided over whether Prime Minister Najib Razak can hang on to power.
Thailand’s Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha announced Tuesday that another suspect has been arrested in connection with the bombing of a Bangkok shrine two weeks ago. VOA'S Jeff Custer reports.
The junta boss said the suspect, who is 'not Thai,' was apprehended in Sa Kaeo province, on the border with Cambodia.
Australia and Cambodia agreed last September that some refugees from Nauru would be resettled in Cambodia in exchange for Australian aid, but only four have arrived since then.