Weapons allegedly ordered by Islamic rebels in Indonesia and smuggled from Cambodia have been intercepted in southern Thailand and three smugglers were arrested, Thai officials said Monday. Police said the weapons, including 68 AK-47 assault rifles, five machine guns and five anti-tank rockets, were seized Sunday night by police and military forces from a fishing trawler docked in a canal in Rangoo district of Satun province. Full Story
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