2007 Songkhla bombings

2007 Songkhla Bombings

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The 2007 Songkhla bombings took place in Songkhla Province, Thailand on May 27 and May 28, 2007, and are believed to be part of the on-going South Thailand insurgency. At least four people were killed and 36 were injured.

The explosions started in Hat Yai when a string of seven bomb blasts that injured 13 people in Hat Yai. Most of the bombs were hidden in garbage bins and detonated nearly at the same time starting 9.00 pm. But one bomb was hurled into JB Hat Yai Hotel and another exploded in front of Hat Yai Garden Hotel.

The following day, a bomb exploded in front of a busy market in the Saba Yoi. The bomb, which exploded shortly after 4PM, was hidden in a motorcycle parked in front of the market next to a railway station. The motorcycle was destroyed by the blast, and a nearby car damaged, as were dozens of stalls belonging to fruit and vegetable vendors. The bombs were the first terrorist attacks in Songkhla since the South Thailand Insurgency began in November 2004.

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