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14 people injured in 2 bomb attacks in S Thailand
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18:23, September 03, 2009

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At least 14 Thai people were injured in two bomb attacks in the city of Thailand's southernmost province of Pattani on Thursday.

The first bomb was hidden in a motorcycle, which was parked in front of a convenient store, Thai News Agency reported.

After the first one went off, the second one was detonated in front of a restaurant about 100 meters away from the first one.

The two blasts resulted in 14 wounded people as police blamed suspected insurgents.

All of the injured people admitted at a hospital in Pattani.

Thailand's deep South comprises mainly the three southernmost provinces of Yala, Pattani, Narathiwas, and some parts of Songkla province.

Over 3,500 people have been killed by the daily violence attack by the suspected separatists since January 2004.

Source: Xinhua



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