Two bombs planted by suspected militants wounded 11 people on Monday in Thailand's Muslim-majority far south, where a separatist insurgency is raging, officials said. In Narathiwat province, a bomb hidden on a motorcycle outside a food market exploded soon after dawn, injuring 10 people including two policemen who were guarding the busy gathering place, provincial authorities said. The explosives were triggered by mobile phone, police said, but no one was seriously wounded in the blast in Narathiwat's main town. Later in the same province, a member of the bomb squad was injured when a suspicious package police were inspecting blew up outside a coffee shop. It was also detonated by a mobile phone signal.