Buddhist monks lead a prayer ceremony for the victims of bomb attacks in Thailand's southern province of Yala April 7, 2012. Eight people died and at least 70 were injured in a series of bomb explosions on March 31 in predominantly Muslim province of Yala, the latest in a wave of violence blamed on separatists in a region bordering Malaysia, police and officials said. Three bombs went off in the business area of the city of Yala around lunchtime, they said, adding the devices may have been placed in a car and a motorcycle. REUTERS/Surapan Boonthanom
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In the wake of the weekend's car-bomb attack sin Hat Yai and Yala, security will remain tight in all at-risk areas for the next three months, while extra measures will be adopted during the April 12-18Songkran festival, or Thailand's traditional new year, and the April 7-11 beach volleyball competition in Nakhon Si Thammarat.
abaiti rus - Hat Yai was peacefuly place before, isn't it?
Apr 5, 2012
Kanj Segue - Life belong to good and bad karma. if you have good karma it will bring you away of bomb, but bad karma it will bring you to the bomb. My cousin drive through the bomb but there was no place to park the car so she drove away that made she safe from the bomb.
Apr 5, 2012 - Edit
Kanj Segue - Hat Yai and 3 provinces in south of Thailand has a lot of awful things but 20 years before you can go anywhere but today you can't. THe problem like anywhere else in the world, they want to seperate from Thailand. Let's see they can or cannot.
An hour out of Chiang Mai, the Bangkok-bound express ground to a halt among spindly teak trees in the hills above Lampang, and my journey southwards suddenly came over all Reverend Awdry. The diesel, ...
Although the train to Butterworth from Bangkok stops in Hat Yai, it was a few days ago that I was there. This is a significant upscale in violence taregeting the tourist industry. I had considered ret...
A picture shows a site of the bomb attacks in Thailand's southern province of Yala in this picture taken on March 31, 2012. Eight people died and at least 70 were injured in a series of bomb explosions on March 31 in predominantly Muslim province of Yala, the latest in a wave of violence blamed ...
This is a discussion on TNA: PM expresses sympathy for car bomb victims in Hat Yai, Yala within the News / articles forum, part of the PHUKET category; BANGKOK, April 7 --Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra has expressd sympathy for car bomb victims in the southern province of Yala .
At least 10 people have been killed in three explosions in the southern Thai province of Yala, officials say. Yala Governor Dejrat Simsiri said the blasts occurred over 10 minutes at around midday (0...
Three bomb attacks suspected to have been caused by insurgents killed seven people and wounded dozens more on Saturday in the heart of Yala, the military said.
Larry BK - When my wife travels home, I tell her to stay out of the southern areas. To bad.
Mar 31, 2012
Justin Hill - +Larry BK Quite right too. Better safe than sorry. I avoid going south at all times when in Thailand and fortunately for me my wife and daughter live in Chiang Mai province far up in the north out of harms way.
Mar 31, 2012 (edited)
Larry BK - My wifes family is in Khon Kaen. Much safer.
Several senators Monday blamed the bomb attacks in Yala and Hat Yai over the weekend on inefficient intelligence operations by the government and its security agencies. The senators discussed the latest attacks during the weekly Cabinet meeting. Khon Kaen Senator Prasert Prakhunsueksaphan said ...