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Topic - Wichean Potephosree
Israeli officials ramped up accusations Wednesday that Iran was launching covert attack plots, saying "sticky" bombs found in a Thai house rented by Iranians were similar to devices used against Israeli diplomats in India and Georgia.
National Security Council chief Wichean Potephosree said the government had not yet determined if there was any link between the events in Bangkok, New Delhi and Tbilisi.
"We haven't found any links but we are still investigating," Wichean said. "We admit there was a magnetic component, aiming at individuals, but the origin of the magnets still has to be investigated."