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Violence hits southern Thailand

ASIA: At least five people have been killed in southern Thailand after suspected Islamic militants attacked a government building, police said. The attackers riddled the office with bullets in the village of Pado in the Pattani province, they said. Thailand’s south, where most of its minority Muslim population lives, has been hit by a two-year insurgency that has left more than 1,100 people dead. Recent attacks have been overshadowed by anti-government rallies in Bangkok. Full Story

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