BANGKOK, Thailand – Four bombs exploded early Monday (April 7th) in downtown Yala, the morning after four other blasts in the city killed one person and injured 28, local media reported.
No-one was injured in the blasts Monday, which two place outside two 7-Eleven stores, inside a warehouse and in an office, according to the Bangkok Post.
The afternoon before, four explosions rocked Yala, including a device hidden in a car which destroyed the vehicle and damaged several nearby buildings.
"There were four almost simultaneous explosions in Yala town," army spokesman Pramote Prom-in told AFP.
A second bomb hidden in a suitcase killed one person, he said. Two smaller devices hit a market and a bank.