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Police officer wounded in Yala bombing

YALA, July 3 – A police officer was slightly wounded this morning in a bombing at a temple entrance in Bannang Sata district of...

Three presumed insurgents killed in Yala clash

YALA, April 26 - Three suspected insurgents were killed in a clash with security officials during the raid in this restive southern province...

Two officers, one civilian hurt in series of attacks in Yala

YALA, July 14 - Two officers and one civilian were hurt in grenade, bombing attacks at police station, border police, army ranger outposts, and...

Leading RKK insurgent among five killed in Yala firefight

YALA, April 20 - One of the five believed-to-be insurgents shot dead in a gunfight with security personnel in this southern border province...

Two defence volunteers killed, over 20 civil servants, civilians wounded in...

PATTANI, Dec 22 – Two defence volunteers were shot dead and 27 government employees and civilians were wounded in series of attacks at military...

Five border police wounded in bomb incidents

YALA, Nov 2 – Leaflets promising continued attacks on Thai Buddhists were found at two of five bomb incident locations in this restive southern...

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