Car bomb kills one, hurts nearly 30 in southern Thailand: Police official

22/11/2022 11:41:00 AM

Car bomb kills one, hurts nearly 30 in southern Thailand: Police official

Car bomb kills one, hurts nearly 30 in southern Thailand: Police official

BANGKOK: At least one person was killed when a car bomb exploded inside a police compound in southern Thailand on Tuesday (Nov 22), a police official said. 'It was a car bomb. We are still clearing the area and the number of injured could increase,' said Lieutenant Colonel Niti Suksan, deputy police commis

LinkedIn BANGKOK: At least one person was killed when a car bomb exploded inside a police compound in southern Thailand on Tuesday (Nov 22), a police official said.LinkedIn BANGKOK: At least one person was killed when a bomb exploded inside a police compound in southern Thailand on Tuesday (Nov 22), a police official said.Copy to clipboard https://str.LinkedIn BANGKOK: The trial of two Uyghurs accused of carrying out a deadly bomb attack in Bangkok in 2015 resumed on Tuesday (Nov 22) after years of delays due to coronavirus disruptions and problems securing translators.

"It was a car bomb.We are still clearing the area and the number of injured could increase," said Lieutenant Colonel Niti Suksan, deputy police commissioner of Narathiwat province, adding that one police officer was killed.This is a developing story.At least 29 people were treated at hospital for injuries, among them police officers and civilians, said Pornprasit Jantra, director of the Narathiwat Rajanagarindra hospital.We are still clearing the area and the number of injured could increase,” said Lieutenant Colonel Niti Suksan, deputy police commissioner of Narathiwat province, adding that one police officer was killed.No one has claimed responsibility for the attack so far.Source: Reuters/cm.Images on social media showed black smoke billowing from a car on fire inside a low-rise compound and police diverting traffic away.Related:.

Reuters could not independently verify the images.Images on social media showed black smoke billowing from a car on fire inside a low-rise compound and police diverting traffic away.Provinces in southern Thailand along the border with Malaysia have seen a decades-long, low-level insurgency, in which the Thai government has battled shadowy groups seeking independence for the predominantly Muslim provinces of Pattani, Yala, Narathiwat and parts of Songkhla.Explosions and fires ripped through at least 17 locations in southern Thailand in August, in what appeared to be multiple coordinated attacks that injured seven people.More than 7,300 people have been killed in the conflict since 2004, according to the Deep South Watch group, which monitors the violence.Explosions and fires ripped through at least 17 locations in southern Thailand in August, in what appeared to be multiple coordinated attacks that injured seven people.Peace talks that began in 2013 have faced repeated disruptions.

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