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1 hr ago | Bangkok Post

Asst village chief slain in Yala

Pol Col Uthai Thipsepha, the Raman police chief, said Abdulromae Dimule, 37, the assistant chief of Village Group 5 in tambon Yata, was sitting in a grocery shop when he was killed by two men who arrived on a motorcycle.

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Wed Aug 27, 2014

Scoop

Thailand: Judicial Harassment of Human Rights Defender

We, the undersigned civil society groups, are gravely concerned about the criminal legal action taken for defamation and libel against the Cross Cultural Foundation, headed by Ms.

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Mon Aug 25, 2014

Malaysian National News Agency

Southern Thailand Woos Tourists, Play Down Turmoil

From Zabidi Ishar PATTANI , Aug 25 -- Despite a downturn in the tourism industry in southern Thailand, due to a bloody dispute, it is hoped the situation will be vibrant again and thronged by tourists, especially Malaysians.

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Mon Aug 18, 2014

Bangkok Post

Blasts injure 4 from teacher safety...

In Yala, the blast occurred in Than To district yesterday morning when an eight-man teacher protection unit from Task Force 33 was patrolling a local road near Buathong village.

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Malaysian National News Agency

Separatists In Southern Thailand Still Active

The words 'Patani Merdeka' written on a road near where five closed-circuit television cameras were burnt showed that separatist groups had committed another attack in southern Thailand.

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Bangkok Post

Two rangers wounded in Yala

Two men from Rangers Company 3301 of Yala Task Force 33 were wounded by a bomb while on foot patrol to provide security for teachers in Yala's Thanto district on Monday morning, police said.

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Sat Aug 16, 2014

Bangkok Post

M79 rounds fired at Yala police station

Three M79 grenades were fired at Bannang Sata district police station in Yala province on Saturday night, but all missed the target.

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Bangkok Post

M79 rounds fired at Yala police station

The first M79 grenade hit the edge of the roof of the living quarter of Pol Capt Oranat Jitrawaeng, an officer of Bannag Sata police station.

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Bangkok Post

A place in the shade

While many flowering plants require full sunlight to bloom, it is still possible for beauty to thrive in the shadows By Normita Thongtham I once wrote that flowering plants need full sun, or at least five or six hours of full sun, in order to bloom.

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Bangkok Post

The kids are alright

I must preface that by saying I normally spend countless hours poring over every sentence in this column to ensure accuracy as well as readability, if not sycophancy.

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Bangkok Post

Train theft suspect arrested

A man was arrested on Friday night for stealing mobile phones and cash from passengers on a southbound night express train while they were sleeping.

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Fri Aug 15, 2014

Malaysian National News Agency

Two Security Forces Personnel Killed In Separate Bombings In Narathiwat, Yala

Two members of the Thai security forces were killed and four others injured in two bombings in southern Thailand today.

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Thu Aug 14, 2014

The Nation

Slain rangers in Yala are bid final farewell

Army Region 4 deputy chief Maj-General Prakan Chonlayuth yesterday presided over the bathing rite for two volunteer paramilitary rangers killed in a Tuesday bomb attack in Yaha district, Yala.

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Malaysian National News Agency

Series Of Bombings In Yala And Pattani, Five Injured

Pattani and Yala in southern Thailand were rocked by a series of bombings believed to be linked to separatist groups since late yesterday evening.

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Wed Aug 13, 2014

TurkishPress.com

Thai junta aims to restart Muslim south dialogue

More than a year after previous talks stalled due to Thailand's political crisis, the military has announced it will attempt to restart a peace dialogue with insurgents in the country's Muslim-majority south demanding political autonomy.

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Tue Aug 12, 2014

The Nation

Traders sign longkong deal with southern farmers

Five major fruit traders from Talad Thai, the largest wholesaler of fresh fruit and vegetables in the country, recently signed a bulk purchase agreement for 4,320 tonnes of longkong that will be harvested in the South during the rest of the year.

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Malaysian National News Agency

Building Standing As Symbol Of Racial Harmony In Narathiwat Goes Up In Smoke

A building that stood as as symbol of harmony among Muslims and Buddhists in Narathiwat province was among 10 buildings that were razed in a fire that broke out at 2.10am in the district of Rusak, about 50km from Narathiwat town, today.

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Sat Aug 09, 2014

The Nation

Four rangers hurt by bomb in Yala

The on-duty rangers were travelling in a pick-up truck from their base when the bomb exploded on Ban Wang Kran-Pattani Dam Road in tambon Ta Seh at around 7am.

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Wed Aug 06, 2014

Pattaya Mail

SBPAC reaching out to southern youth through futsal promotion

The Southern Border Provinces Administrative Center is expediting the construction of a futsal court in every sub-district of the Deep South in an effort to instill unity among local youth through the popular sport.

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Tue Aug 05, 2014

Bangkok Post

Mystery funding

An inspection of donated money transferred to the insurgency-plagued deep South has so far found nothing suspicious, the Anti-Money Laundering Office said.

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