Three Bombs in Thailand’s South Kill at Least 14 – WSJ.com

April 2, 2012 - Thai Bombers Kill 14: Three car-bomb attacks in southern Thailand, which killed at least 14 people and wounded hundreds more over the weekend, are propelling a long-simmering Muslim insurgency to a new crisis point after years of brutal attacksPictured above, A car-bomb attack in Yala province, southern Thailand, on Saturday targeted a busy shopping area.

The blasts on Saturday singled out weekend shoppers and vacationers in bustling commercial centers, a move that security analysts said shows Thailand’s southern militants are modifying their attacks by seeking higher-profile targets and turning a low-intensity campaign into a much more dangerous conflictFollow the link below for the complete article.

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Three Bombs in Thailand’s South Kill at Least 14 – WSJ.com.

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