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> Is it safe to travel during declared "state of emergency"?
lunthom
post May 23 2010, 07:30 PM
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QUOTE(frank_bkk @ May 23 2010, 09:58 AM) *

Thanks for the comment Paul. Yes, Bangkok is returning to normal faster than ayone could have expected. And no, it is very doubtful it was the govt who shot and killed any Italian reporter.



Thanks Paul , I agreed with you , yesterday I went to Silom Rd. everything is back to normal
by the way the conflict doesn't clear.

About the Italian reporter and others died , we have to wait the legal investigatation.

Welcome the tourists come back to Thailand.

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