Five soldiers were killed on Sunday in a bomb attack by suspected insurgents in Thailand's violence-wracked deep south, police said.
Officials inspect a damaged military patrol vehicle in Yala province following a bomb attack by suspected insurgents, on February 10, 2013. Five soldiers were killed in the attack in Thailand's violence-wracked deep south.
The bomb, which also wounded a sixth soldier, was detonated as the troops passed by in their patrol vehicle in a village in Yala, one of several Muslim-dominated provinces near the border with Malaysia.
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