A Thai military court indicted two men in connection to a bombing at a popular Bangkok shrine on Tuesday. The blast at Erawan Shrine killed 20 people and wounded more than 120 others in August. The two suspects, Bilal Mohammad and Mieraili Yusufu, were indicted on 10 counts, but none of them were terrorism charges. Officials have described the two suspects as ethnic Uighurs from China's Xinjiang region and said they believe the bombing was an act of revenge for a crackdown on a human-trafficking gang. Thahi officials said they don't believe there was a political motive behind the attack, according to the AP.