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Asian governments tell citizens not to visit Burma after bomb blasts

Bomb blasts in Rangoon on 7 May show that there is no stability in Burma and if the ruling junta, State Peace and Development Council (SPDC) is unable to handle the situation properly there could be more violence, warned the Foreign Minister of Malaysia. During the blasts, four Malaysian citizens were injured and one person is in a critical condition, according to the minister. He also warned his citizens not to visit Burma which is still unstable, according to agency reports from Asia. Another agency report from South Korea said, the country’s intelligence agency warned its citizens not to visit Burma which is unstable with bomb blasts, for the time being. Travellers are advised to give their contact phone numbers at the South Korean mission, and to avoid hotels and restaurants. Full Story

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