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Three bombs in Yala, one dead, 18 injured

Bangkok Post Thursday, 14 September 2017
YALA: Three bombs detonated in Yala province on Thursday morning, killing one ranger and injuring another 18 security officials, ranger volunteers and civilians.
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News video: 1 soldier killed, 20 injured in roadside bombs

1 soldier killed, 20 injured in roadside bombs 00:47

Yala (Thailand), Sep 14 (ANI): At least one soldier was killed and 20 others were seriously injured when roadside bombs planted by suspected Muslim insurgents exploded in southern Thailand. The blasts occurred in Yala city of Thailand, one of the predominantly ethnic Malay Muslim provinces in the...

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