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SecurityWaterquake in the South-East Asia: meteorologists and Government clashing in Thailand on the disaster liabilities

Bangkok, Thailand - According to Government, the tsunami should have been forecasted but some experts would have accused it for being silent for political opportunism

A significant clash is involving the Thai Meteorology Department and Bangkok’s Government (see for details AVIONEWS). Thai Prime Minister would have gained the firing of one among the major members of s... more

SecurityWaterquake in the South-East Asia: India changed its humanitarian aid strategy in the Nicobar and Andaman isles

New Dheli, India - Evacuation has been stopped and additional soldiers and necessities have been sent to directly support the population on site

New Dheli decided to change its own aid strategy for the population of the Nicobar and Andaman islands, supporting it by sending necessities (food and medicines) together with armed forces’ doctors directly o... more

SecurityWaterquake in the South-East Asia: restricted negative effects for air traffic according to Indian Airlines

New Dheli, India - The Indian carrier would have found some difficulty only towards destinations such as Phuket and Colombo but not to Kuala Lumpur and Bangkok

Indian Airlines performed its first estimate about the effects that the Indian air transport is forced to face following the disaster recently affecting several countries in the Indian Ocean area. According... more

SecurityWaterquake in the South-East Asia: more than 2200 victims and 6100 missing people among the foreigners in Thailand

Bangkok, Thailand - It would have been unveiled by Thai Government and many European countries would appear to fear such figures are not far off the truth

Thai Government unveiled recently that the number of casualties among the foreign tourists in the country following the seaquake is likely to be a large one and for more than 2200 persons, while the missing... more