How many bombs have exploded in Bangkok?

How many bombs have exploded in Bangkok?

A total of six bombs exploded at three locations in Bangkok on Friday, while Thailand was hosting a high-level meeting attended by US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and his counterparts from China and several Asia-Pacific countries. And one explosive device was recovered before it blew up, a senior police officer said.

Where are the bombings in Thailand?

On 10 March 2019 a number of small explosions occurred in Satun City and in Patthalung Province in the south of Thailand. Since January 2004, there have been regular attacks in Thailand’s southernmost provinces of Pattani, Yala and Narathiwat, and in the southern four districts of Songkhla province.

Was a large bomb exploded at the Erawan Shrine in Bangkok?

A large bomb exploded at the Erawan Shrine in Bangkok in 2015, resulting in numerous casualties, including the death of a British national.

What is a ‘ping-pong bomb’?

A “ping-pong bomb” – a device involving a ping pong ball packed with ball bearings – exploded in the Suan Luang area, Uicharoen said. The blasts occurred while the Thai capital hosted a Southeast Asian security meeting with top diplomats from the United States, China and other world powers.

Is the Bangkok shrine bombing linked to international terrorism?

“Two Thai bomb ‘suspects’ deny link, international terrorism ‘unlikely ‘ “. Reuters. Bangkok. ^ a b c “Bangkok Shrine Bombing: Thailand Nabs Foreigner Who Is Suspect”. NBC News. Bangkok. Associated Press. 1 September 2015. ^ “Bangkok authorities clear pair seen before shrine bombing, say key suspect spoke foreign language”.

Are the Bangkok blasts linked to evidence?

Retrieved 20 August 2015. ^ Lindsay Murdoch (23 August 2015). “Bangkok blasts linked by evidence, manhunt has three targets”. The Sydney Morning Herald. ^ “Thailand issues arrest warrant for suspect in blast that followed shrine bombing”. CTV News. Associated Press. 27 August 2015. ^ “Bangkok bomb: Thai police arrest man over Erawan blast”.