Thai police arrested suspects after serial bombings

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Thai police arrested suspects after serial bombings

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After the series of bombings and arson attacks last month in tourist areas in the south of Thailand (Trang, Hua Hin, Surat Thani, Phangnga, Phuket), is the first suspect arrested. Reported Theerasawat Suchart, deputy chief of the national police.

On 11 and 12 August exploded eleven bombs within 24 hours, mainly in tourist resorts in Hua Hin and Phuket. While four were killed and dozens injured, including four Dutch people.

When we warning about the safety in Thailand, after so many requires from scary customers, we post this on Google #LocalGuides, but @CorrieD  #+Corrie Davidson moderator on Google see our post warnings only as #Spam and we get unexpected blocked.
Her answer was clear, my postings has no value and was spam.

How we can explain such bullshit to the public and our very scary customers ???

Happily the police make progress and arrest the first suspects.

Read more on: Bangkok Post / The Nation


The top 10 most livable cities in the world

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The top 10 most livable cities in the world.

1/ Vienna, Austria

2/ Zurich, Switzerland

3/ Auckland, New Zealand

4/ Munich, Germany

5/ Vancouver, Canada

6/ Dusseldorf, Germany

7/ Frankfurt, Germany

8/ Geneva, Switzerland

9/ Copenhagen, Denmark

10/ Sydney, Australia

Vienna the most liveable city in the world
Vienna; the most liveable city in the world.

Amsterdam decorates for the third year in a row position 11 in the ranking of most livable cities of the world, according to the 18th Quality of Living Survey by consultancy Mercer. Vienna is just like last year the most livable city, Baghdad is the last on the list at position 230. Paris fell in 2016 instead of 27 to 37. This year Mercer examined for the first time personal safety in world: Luxembourg is the safest, state Amsterdam at position 16.

Luxembourg is the safest Luxembourg is the safest

German cities score well
Mercer charted for the full Quality of Living rankings this year also the personal safety. The score is determined based on internal stability, crime rates, local law enforcement and the relationship of the country with other countries. European cities also here perform to the list:

Luxembourg is one; Bern, Helsinki and Zurich, all in place two and three in Vienna. Geneva and Stockholm share sixth place in the rankings, Copenhagen, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Munich and Nuremberg share place eleven. Amsterdam ranks sixteen.

Paris drops sharply on the list.

North America
The quality of life remains high in North America. Canadian cities dominate the top of the list. Vancouver (5) is the highest, followed by Toronto (15) and Ottawa (17). In the United States, San Francisco (28) to the highest rated, followed by Boston (34), Honolulu (35), Chicago (43), and New York (44).

English Bay, Vancouver
English Bay, Vancouver

South East Asia
From the famous cities in Southeast Asia, Singapore scored (26) the best, then Kuala Lumpur (86), Bangkok (129), Manila (136), and Jakarta (142).

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Negative travel advice for Turkey.


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Many countries giving a negative travel advice for Egypt & Turkey.
This about the recent plane crashes in both countries.

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Turkey is an unstable country with a dictatorial government.

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Thai Government moves to head off tourist fears

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Lack of equipment retards blast probe

The government is vowing to ratchet up patrols to provide security and is moving to assure foreigners that travel to Thailand is safe.

The regime is preparing to issue a statement to the international community today, even as police admit their probe into the Erawan shrine blast has been retarded by a lack of modern equipment.

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has assigned authorities to release the statement, said government spokesman Sansern Kaewkamnerd.

Bomb probe slows: Police chief blames inferior equipment.

According to the statement as read to the foreign media on Sunday by Maj Gen Sansern, “You will be safe during your stay in Thailand and you will also experience friendliness, smiles and kindness that we always provide.”

The blast at the Erawan shrine in the Ratchaprasong area last Monday killed 20 people and wounded 130. Fourteen of the dead and many of the wounded were foreigners.

Another bomb went off at the Sathon pier on the following day, but no one was harmed.

“The government wants to assure everyone the situation is under control,” the statement says.

“There will be reinforcement of both uniformed and plain clothes officers providing security in every spot to ensure optimum safety.”

The administration is also relaying a message to foreigners planning to visit Thailand, saying: “The government wants all of you have confidence that you will be safe during your stay in Thailand.”

The statement will be translated by the Foreign Ministry and distributed to Thai embassies overseas, said Maj Gen Sansern. It comes after 23 countries and territories last week issued advisories about travel to Thailand.

Tourism and Sports Minister Kobkarn Wattanavrangkul said she was concerned about tourism prospects for the rest of the year following the blast.

Tourism is seen as the only growth engine boosting the Thai economy at a time of slumping exports. Last year, it contributed 16% of the country’s GDP of 12 trillion baht.

Speaking on TV Sunday, National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) spokesman Col Winthai Suvaree said the Royal Thai Police Office reported the investigation was making “modest” progress.

He said the relatives of 14 foreigners and two Thais, killed in the shrine explosion, had received financial assistance from the Justice Ministry and the Tourism and Sports Ministry.

A total of 100 requests for financial assistance have been lodged and the government will speed up payments, Col Winthai said. Fifty-two people remained in hospital Sunday, he added.


Bomaanslag Bangkok: Thaise overheid komt met verklaring om toeristen gerust te stellen

‘Toeristen zijn veilig in Thailand’, dat is in het kort de verklaring die de Thaise overheid heeft opgesteld om buitenlandse toeristen gerust te stellen.

De regering heeft een verklaring opgesteld, die vertaald zal worden en via de Thaise ambassades in het buitenland zal worden verspreid. daarin laat de regering weten dat de situatie onder controle is. Er komen meer politieagenten zowel in uniform als in burger die voor bewaking en veiligheid zullen zorgen (zie foto). De verklaring komt nadat 23 landen hun reisadviezen voor Thailand hadden aangescherpt.

De regering maakt zich zorgen om het toerisme die goed is voor 16 procent van Thailand’s bruto binnenlands product en als enige sector in de economie wel groeide. 

NCPO-woordvoerder Winthai laat weten dat de politie een bescheiden voortgang boekt in het onderzoek naar de daders van de twee aanslagen in Bangkok. De nabestaanden van 14 omgekomen buitenlanders en twee Thais hebben van de overheid een financiële tegemoetkoming ontvangen. In totaal zijn 100 verzoeken om financiële hulp gedaan. In het ziekenhuis liggen nog 52 slachtoffers.

Politiecommissaris Somyot zegt dat de politie de politie groep van verdachten kent. Hij wil niet zeggen of het buitenlanders of Thais zijn. De trage voortgang van het onderzoek is volgens hem de oorzaak van verouderde apparatuur. Hulp van andere landen bij het onderzoek wil hij niet.

Bron: Bangkok Post –

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