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Raw Video: Iranian blows off his legs by grenade in Bangkok

Bangkok : Thailand | Feb 14, 2012 at 9:05 AM PST
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A man, considered Iranian, was seriously injured when the bomb he was carrying exploded on Tuesday in Bangkok, said a government spokesman, Thitima Chaisaeng,according to AFP.

Thai television said the wounded stranger on Tuesday is a citizen of Iranian nationality called Saeib Morabi carrying a black bag with explosives.

Three explosions were reported Tuesday in the capital of Thailand, police attempted to intercept three men fleeing a home after the first explosion. One of them then launched a missile on a taxi that refused to stop, then another vehicle to the police, causing an explosion which tore off both his legs.

The police chief said in statements to local media that the Iranian had rented an apartment in Soi Pridi Phanomyong Street 36, where he lived with two other compatriots.

The attacks came a day after two bomb attacks directed against members of Israel's embassy in India and Georgia.

Meanwhile,Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak has accused Iran of being responsible for Tuesday's attacks in central Bangkok,

"The assassination attempt in Bangkok proves once again that Iran and its proxies continue to perpetrate terror." , and the latest attacks are an example," Barak said in a statement.

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