Takbai legacy lingers in Thai south

More than a year has passed since scores of Thai Muslims died in army custody in the southern town of Takbai, yet their relatives are still seeking justice and payment for damages. Some of the dead were killed by security forces during a protest which turned violent. But the majority died of suffocation after being arrested and herded into army trucks. The October 2004 incident became a symbol of the ongoing unrest in southern Thailand, which has claimed the lives of more than 1,000 people since January 2004. Full Story

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