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BANGKOK, August 12. /TASS/. Thailand’s police have ruled out international organizations could be involved in a series of explosions in the kingdom, the Thai PBS television reported on Friday referring the police representative.
It was a "local sabotage" as all targets were limited in certain areas of tourist attractions, and no evidence of international limited was found," the source said.
"It is different from international terrorism but local sabotage aimed to destroy the country’s tourism atmosphere," he added.
The police have reported several suspects detained.
The latest reports say about four killed and dozens injured in the series of explosions at Thailand’s resorts on Thursday and Friday.