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2 security personnel killed, 26 hurt by bombs in S. Thailand

FOXNews.com Thursday, 14 September 2017 ()
Police in southern Thailand say a soldier and a policeman were killed and 26 other people wounded by two bombs believed to have been set off by Muslim separatists.
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News video: Roadside bombs kill one, injure 20 in Thailand

Roadside bombs kill one, injure 20 in Thailand 00:44

Three roadside bombs detonated in Thailand's troubled south killed one soldier and injured 20 in a suspected attack by Muslim insurgents. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

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