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More violence in Thai south, peace hopes fade

Two rubber-tappers and a state electricity worker were killed in Muslim-majority southern Thailand on Monday, the latest victims of nearly three years of violence in which more than 1,700 people have died, police said. The shootings in Yala, one of the three troubled provinces abutting Malaysia, after four people were murdered in the last four days are likely to dampen hopes of a fall in violence as a result of last month’s coup against Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra. Full Story

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