Muslims detonate two suspected car bombs wounding at least 40 people at a department store in Thailand

Dozens of people have been injured in a double bombing, believed to have been set off by Muslim separatists, in front of a supermarket in Thailand.

The blasts happened in the southern city of Pattani in the latest attack in the predominantly Buddhist country.

The latest attack happened at around 2pm local time, with two bombs going off in quick succession outside a supermarket near the city centre.