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Thai military says it’s winning local hearts in restive south

Pattani, Narathiwat and Yala provinces in the Thai south are the three provinces that have been dogged by decades of insurgencies launched by groups allegedly linked to foreign terrorist organizations. Although the number of insurgent attacks has gone down since 2006, insurgencies in the south have continued to draw the

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No al-Qaeda, jihadis in our South: Thailand govt

The Thai government and its top military commanders overseeing counterinsurgency operations in its restive southern Muslim provinces have ruled out the presence of al-Qaeda or jihadi tendencies, saying the rebellion is essentially local and has no affiliations with global terrorism. "For a terrorist group like al-Qaeda Thailand is a very small

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No ceasefire at all as claimed by insurgents: ISOC

Internal Security Operation Command (ISOC) on Wednesday denied reports that Malay-Muslim separatist organisations unilaterally suspended organised attacks in three districts of Narathiwat province. The Patani Malay Liberation Movement had issued a statement over the weekend, claiming that the unilateral cease-fire - billed as a confidence-building measure - was implemented in Rangae,

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