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Suspected Hat Yai hotel bomber arrested

SONGKHLA, Feb 5 – A suspect involved with the deadly car bomb at Lee Gardens Plaza Hotel in this southern border province’s Hat Yai commercial centre was arrested on Tuesday after a year-long escape. A combined force of police, soldiers and administrative workers raided a house in Thepha district after intelligence reports confirmed that a […]Read More

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Hat Yai hotel bombing probe makes headway: Police

SONGKHLA, April 26 – Thai Police are continuing their search for a key suspect in the car bombing of the Lee Gardens Plaza Hotel in Hat Yai’s commercial district who still remains at large, despite investigation of the incident having made much progress, the provincial police chief said on Thursday. Pol Maj-Gen Suwit Chernsiri, Songkhla […]Read More

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Insurgents behind Hat Yai and Yala bombings believed to be

YALA, 10 April 2012 (NNT) – Deputy National Police Chief Police General Worapong Chewpreecha has disclosed that there is a connection between the recent car bombs in Songkhla and Yala provinces. Police General Worapong said the car explosions in Songkhla’s Hat Yai district and Yala occurred almost at the same time on March 31. Many […]Read More

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Thai Governmentt will not negotiate with southern insurgents

BANGKOK, 7 April 2012 (NNT) – The deputy prime minister in charge of national security has brushed aside reports that the government is planning to hold a negotiation with Muslim insurgents in the southern border provinces. Deputy Prime Minister General Yuthasak Sasiprapha said on Saturday that security agencies have no plans to hold any negotiation […]Read More

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Chalerm denies Thaksin talking with insurgents

BANGKOK, April 5 – Deputy Prime Minister Chalerm Yubamrung denied on Thursday that fugitive ousted prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra reportedly had recently talked with Thailand’s exiled insurgents abroad. The opposition Democrat MPs for southern border provinces of Songkhla and Yala queried Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra during the house session concerning recent deadly bombings which killed […]Read More

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Half of Hat Yai hotel bookings cancelled after bombing

SONGKHLA, April 5 – Thailand’s traditional Songkran new year celebration in Hat Yai is likely to be less crowded than usual as the hoteliers’ association said more than half of the earlier rooms booked for Songkran in Hat Yai and Songkhla have been cancelled after last weekend’s deadly bombing and is costing the industry more […]Read More

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Southern Thailand blasts: police arrest three

Thai Police have arrested three men over the past three days for their alleged links to the recent car bombs in Yala, Songkhla and Pattani, which killed 14 and injured many others. National Police Chief General Priewphan Damapong yesterday disclosed that there was solid evidence against one of the men arrested, adding that it was […]Read More