BANGKOK, July 18 – A former Thai Buddhist monk wanted on child sex charges will be sent home from the United States to face trial, Thai police said on Tuesday, the latest scandal to raise questions about the state of Buddhism in a fast-changing society. Wirapol Sukphol, formerly known by his monastic name Luang Pu...
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