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Bombs hit Thai Muslim south as govt plans new law

Four bombs exploded in Thailand’s restive Muslim south on Thursday, wounding at least nine people, police said, as the government moved to lift the deeply unpopular martial law in the region. The first bomb went off at around 7:30 a.m. (0030 GMT) at a food stall near a train station in Songkhla province, wounding three people. An hour later, a second blast wounded five police officers outside the home of the chief judge in Yala province.Full Story

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