At least six locations of the security forces were attacked by suspected insurgents in Thailand's southern Yala Province since Friday night to Saturday morning, injuring at least one soldier, according to local media Saturday.
Police source was quoted by the Bangkok Post's webnews as saying that insurgents attacked the security forces in Raman, Krong Pinang, Yaha and Than Tho districts. One soldier at Ban Sa- ae in Krong Pinang district were injured.
Also on Saturday morning, insurgents toppled three electricity poles in Yala's Muang district, which blocked traffic on Yala- Betong road, said the report.
They also placed a suspicious object near the location, but it turned out to be fake bomb.
Thailand's three southernmost provinces -- Yala, Narathiwat and Pattani have been troubled with insurgency-related violence which has claimed more than 2,400 people's lives since 2004.