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Thailand Tightens Security After Attacks in South

Thailand has declared martial law in three predominantly Muslim southern provinces after deadly weekend attacks by suspected gunrunners facing a government crackdown on illegal arms, officials said Monday. Gunmen killed four soldiers during a raid on an army weapons depot Sunday and 21 schools were burned down in Narathiwat province, about 720 miles south of Bangkok. Officials blamed the attacks on Thai and Malaysian arms dealers, helped by “insiders,” seeking to replenish stocks lost to the government’s war on illegal arms. The attackers got away with hundreds of weapons. Full Story

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