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Thailand Extends Emergency Rule in South

Thailand’s government said Tuesday it will extend a state of emergency in southern Thailand as part of measures to combat a Muslim insurgency that has left over 1,000 people dead. Shortly before the announcement, a 24-year-old man was shot and killed by suspected insurgents on his way to work at a factory in Yala province, part of the region covered by the state of emergency. The man, identified as Suebsak Chansupha, was shot by a man riding on the back seat of a motorcycle, said local police Lt. Suwat Chanchao. Full Story

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