Hardline guerrillas shot dead four Muslim men, while a fighter was killed at the hands of security officials in the restive province of southern Thailand, police said Wednesday (28 / 7).
A 50-year-old villager was also shot to death in her home Tuesday night, in Narathiwat province, while in neighboring Yala province, a volunteer security officers 26-year-old shot and killed by motorists.
Meanwhile, in Pattani province, two Muslim residents aged 27 and 34 years, also shot collapsed in several separate attacks Tuesday 26 / 7) night, police said.
On the same morning in Yala, suspected guerrillas shot 39-year-old killed in a clash with Thai soldiers.
Thailand this month to extend the application of emergency regulations in the three restive southern provinces until October, when it tried to quell the rebellion that has killed more than 4100 peoples during the last six years.
Group of guerrillas who never reveals their purpose, have targeted Muslims and Buddhists, including many civilians.