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Army Tactics Anger Thai Muslims

Razee Dorloh, 22, left his house built on stilts near the riverbank on Monday morning without a word, his family recounted. He headed for the district police station to join a protest against the detention of six men for allegedly supporting a Muslim insurgency. The last time Razee’s brother, Nasae, saw the young man alive, Thai soldiers had opened fire on the estimated 2,000 demonstrators. “At the sound of shooting, everyone dropped to the ground. That’s when I lost sight of Razee,” said Nasae Dorloh, 30.Full Story

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