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PETALING JAYA: Mobile phones were used to trigger the series of bombs that went off in Danok in Songkhla, Thailand on Sunday.
Thai Province Nine police chief Major-General Noppadol Pueksomon said the first blast occurred in front of the Padang Besar police station and the second blast some 20 minutes later in front of the Sadao police station.
He said the bombings were similar to the one in Haadyai at the Lee Gardens Plaza Hotel on March 31 last year where three people, including two Malaysians, were killed.
He said Thai separatists could be behind the latest bombings.
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