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Deadly bombs hit popular Thai tourist destination

Explosions in Thailand have left one dead, at least 23 injured and police confirm foreigners are among the wounded.

Two explosions have ripped through a seaside hotel in the Thailand tourist resort town of Hua Hin, killing one and injuring at least 23 others.

The bombs reportedly went off late on Thursday night and were detonated about 30 minutes apart after being concealed in plant boxes outside popular bars frequented by tourists.

One woman has been killed and 23 people injured, three of them seriously.

Police said at least five foreigners were among the wounded.

It is not yet clear if Australians were among the injured.

DFAT has tweeted that Australian officials are in contact with local authorities to see if Australians were affected in the attack.

More to come…

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