Thai police have defused a large bomb in the capital of the southern province of Yala - where three bombings Saturday injured 11 people.
Officials say the bomb was hidden in the fuel tank of a motorcycle parked near a hotel in Yala town.
Thailand's three southern provinces near Malaysia have seen increased violence in recent months. More than 300 people have been killed since January in a spate of attacks blamed largely on a revived Islamic insurgency.
Thailand is mostly Buddhist, but the southern provinces have Muslim majorities. Thai Muslims have complained about unfair treatment by the central government, particularly in jobs and education.
Information for this report is provided by Reuters and AP.