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52 Southern Thailand has been plagued with unrest in recent years and car bombs have become frequent [AP] Four Thai soldiers were killed and at least a dozen others wounded when a roadside bomb went off in the south of Thailand.
They carried banners along major roads in the city area before submtting their statement to Pattani Governor Wittaya Panichpong.
The Thai government has indicated it wants to resume peace talks with rebels in the south of the country. Fighting, which has been going on since 2004 between government forces and rebels, has claimed at least 5,300 lives in the Muslim-majority
00 am Newly appointed Education Minister Chaturon Chaisang is diligent and daring. While some ministers have never set foot in the violent deep South, he recently led a group of reporters to Pattani. Probably to gather strength before a meeting in
38 pm Newly appointed Education Minister Chaturon Chaisang is diligent and daring. While some ministers have never set foot in the violent deep South, he recently led a group of reporters to Pattani. Probably to gather strength before a meeting in
World News Twelve schools in four Tambons in Pattani suspended classes on Tuesday after an assistant teacher was gunned down on his way home. Athikom Tiwongse of Baan Prajan School was killed when two armed men following him on a motorcycle opened
An uptick in killings, bombings, and arson attacks during the Islamic holy month of Ramadan has dashed hopes that a declared ceasefire between Thailand's state security forces and insurgents would temporarily end the violence that has engulfed the
The airline is flying 9 mothers with sons on the frontlines of the southern border provinces to surprise and bring them morale as well as provide the sons the chance to pay respects to their mothers in traditional Thai fashion. Tassapon Bijleveld,
The killing came despite an agreement between Thailand and Muslim rebels from the region to try to avoid bloodshed during the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan, which ends this week. "I can say that this incident is worrying," National Security Council
World News The successful raid on a Malay-Muslim militant camp in the remote jungles of Thailand's troubled Muslim-majority south was a small victory for its embattled security forces. The only problem was that it took place on July 21 and 22, when a