'Bangkok bolsters security amid Israeli terror warning'

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February 17, 2012 10:04

 
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Thailand bolstered security at its six international airports after Israeli intelligence warned that the country may be the target for new terror attacks, The Bangkok Post reported on Friday.

According to the report, Thai Police Chief Priewpan Damapong instructed the Transport Ministry on Thursday to put all international airports on high alert and to beef up security at subway stations as well.

On Thursday, two Iranians were charged in a Thai court over an alleged plot earlier this week to target Israeli diplomats. They were caught trying to flee Bangkok after one of the bombs they were assembling accidentally exploded.

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