Two bombs exploded Thursday in the Thai resort of Hua Hin, killing at least one woman and injuring at least 10 others — among them foreign tourists, BBC News reported, citing police.
Authorities said the bombs were concealed in plant pots spaced about 150 feet apart and detonated via cellphones about 30 minutes apart.
BBC News said twin bombings occur regularly in Thailand's three southern provinces, which are experiencing an insurgence, but bombings in the country's tourist spots are rare.
Hua Hin is on the coast of the Gulf of Thailand.
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