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Motorcycle Bomb Wounds 30 in Thai Muslim South

A bomb hidden in a motorcycle exploded outside a bar in Thailand’s largely Muslim south on Saturday, wounding about 30 people, including seven Malaysian tourists, a police spokesman said. The bomb exploded outside a bar and hotel in Sunghai Golok district of Narathiwat province, which has been under martial law since an armed raid in January on an army camp in the region in which many weapons were stolen. The wounded included seven male Malaysian tourists. Three of them were in critical condition, police spokesman Champol Chaiyadej said from the scene. He said 29 people were taken to hospital, 11 men and 18 women, most of them bar girls and waitresses working at the Top Ten club, an open-air bar next to the Marina Hotel in a border town popular with Malaysian tourists. Full Story

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