Explosions in Hua Hin, Thailand
11 people died in 2 explosions at a distance of 50 meters from each other and with a half an hour interval
Two explosions occurred in resort town of Hua Hin yesterday. 11 people died. Among the wounded 10 citizens are foreign residents from Austria, Great Britain, the Netherlands, Germany and Italy.
Two blasts exploded at a distance of 50 meters from each other and with a half an hour interval. The first incident occurred near a bar in the tourist area. The second - near the other institution. The explosives were hidden in flower pots.
The explosives were activates with the help of a mobile device. Hua Hin is a popular city for both local and of foreign tourists. Residence of the King of Thailand is also located there.
So far no organizations claimed responsibility for the explosions. But police suspect the separatist factions that maintain armed resistance against Thai army in three southern provinces.
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