This picture taken late on August 17, 2015 at the Chulalongkorn hospital shows nurses (L) pushing on a stretcher a victim of a bomb blast at the popular Erawan shrine in the heart of Bangkok's tourist and commercial center. AFP PHOTO / Jerome TAYLOR
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Hong Kong warned its residents Tuesday to avoid travel to Bangkok while other governments in Asia advised citizens to be extra vigilant, after a bomb attack in the Thai capital killed at least 20 people.Chinese, Hong Kong, Singaporean, Indonesian and Malaysian citizens were among the 20 people confirmed killed when the explosion sent a fireball into the sky Monday. Hong Kong published a red alert for Bangkok, the second highest of the government's three-tier system. Two Hong Kong residents were among those killed, acording to Thai police.
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