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Southern carnage fuels curfew call

PM endorses plan after attacks kill 7, wound 11

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Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra has expressed support for a curfew in the far South after a string of attacks killed five soldiers and two other people in the region Sunday. 

Police examine debris of a car that was carrying a massive, concealed bomb in tambon Tha Thong of Raman district in Yala province Sunday. The car bomb was detonated when a truck carrying troops was passing by. (Photo by Muhammad Ayub Pathan)

Another 11 people, both military and civilian, were also injured, including three children.

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