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2 bombs in southern Thailand wound 71

Suspected Muslim insurgents detonated two bombs at a tea stall and shopping area Tuesday in insurgency-wracked southern Thailand, killing one person and wounding at least 71, police said. It was the largest attack in several months in Thailand’s restive south, which has been gripped by a Muslim insurgency since 2004. The first blast appeared to target a meeting of 300 village chiefs and local officials from Narathiwat province who were leaving their monthly meeting when the explosion occurred in the building’s parking lot, said police chief Maj. Gen. Surachai Suebsuk. The bomb was hidden inside a parked car. Full Story

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