Don't visit Bangkok: DFAIT

On Friday, the Department of Foreign Affairs warned against any non-essential travel to parts of Bangkok due to ongoing civic unrest and violence, reported the CBC. The area considered dangerous holds the Canadian Embassy. The previous day, three people were killed and more than 80 were injured when explosions went off in the area. The department also asked Canadians to stay away from protests and demonstrations.

Published: Wednesday, 04/28/2010 12:00 am EDT

On Friday, the Department of Foreign Affairs warned against any non-essential travel to parts of Bangkok due to ongoing civic unrest and violence, reported the CBC. The area considered dangerous holds the Canadian Embassy. The previous day, three people were killed and more than 80 were injured when explosions went off in the area. The department also asked Canadians to stay away from protests and demonstrations.

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