Thailand probes cyanide killings by hotel employee

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thailand probes cyanide killings by hotel employee

Thai authorities are broadening their probe into a female hotel employee who is suspected of killing at least 13 people with cyanide. The woman allegedly poisoned her co-workers to conceal her embezzlement activities.

While the woman has confessed to the murders and is in police custody, authorities continue to investigate the case and are encouraging anyone with information to come forward.

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The incident has caused outrage and led to concerns about workplace safety in Thailand. The government has pledged to take tough action against those involved in the killings and to introduce measures to prevent similar incidents from occurring in the future.

Cyanide is a highly toxic substance that can cause death within minutes. It has been used as a poison in numerous murder cases and is associated with several high-profile killings worldwide. The latest incident has highlighted the need for strict measures to prevent the misuse of hazardous chemicals and promote workplace safety.

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