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February 15, 2012 8:51 am

Thai Police Say Israeli Diplomats Were Targets of Iranian Terrorists

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Business Week – Thailand’s police chief said Iranians arrested yesterday after blasts on a Bangkok street aimed to attack Israeli diplomats and that the explosive devices used were similar to bombs targeting Israelis in India and Georgia this week.

“The suspects targeted Israeli diplomats in Thailand,” Priewphan Damaphong told reporters in Bangkok today hours after he confirmed that the Bangkok bombs contained magnets designed to attach to vehicles. India’s initial investigations suggest that a magnetic device was attached to an Israeli diplomat’s car on Feb. 13 in New Delhi seconds before it exploded injuring the woman, the city’s police commissioner, B.K. Gupta, has said.

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