ICJ condemns new year’s eve bomb attacks in Bangkok

Jan 1, 2007 | News

The ICJ today condemned the bomb attacks that occurred across Bangkok on New Year’s Eve which are reported to have killed three and injured over 20.

“Thorough and impartial investigations will be needed to discover who committed these bombings and why. But it is already self-evident that there can be no justification for these violent acts”, said Nicholas Howen, ICJ Secretary-General. “These are criminal acts and those responsible will have to be brought to justice in accordance with international standards”, he added.

The ICJ expressed its condolences to the victims and their families.

Thailand-new year bomb attacks-Press releases-2007 (full text, PDF)

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