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Army chief confident new southern body will improve operations to end violence

Army Commander-in-Chief Gen Anupong Paochinda Tuesday expressed confidence that the new Southern Border Province Administrative Centre will contribute to the efforts of the authorities to end violence in the deep South. The Army chief welcomed the House's passage of the Southern Border Province Administrative Centre Bill last week. The bill will remove

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Three police officers seriously wounded in Narathiwat bombing

NARATHIWAT, Aug 12 – Three police officers were seriously injured in a bombing incidents early Thursday in the insurgency-plagued province of Narathiwat’s Rangae district. Pol Lt-Col Somchai Muangmin of Ranage Police Station, Pol Sub-Lt Manus Anukul and Pol Cpl Pichet Mipvaree were wounded when their four-door compact pickup truck passed

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Teachers face death in Thailand’s troubled south

Armed soldiers guard the road leading to Malatee Porsotee's village school in southern Thailand while security volunteers with rifles keep watch over the classrooms. Students gather in the morning sunshine to sing the national anthem, raise the Thai flag and take daily exercise on a grassy yard surrounded by flowering bougainvillea,

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Buddhist woman killed by Muslim insurgents in Narathiwat

Narathiwat - A Buddhist woman was gunned down apparently by Muslim insurgents in this southern border province Saturday. Ratana Kwanjai, 42, was shot and killed in her rubber plantation in Tambon Kaluwor of Muang district. She suffered multiple gunshot wounds. Police found eight M16 and AK-47 spent shells at the scene. The Nation

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