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Bloody May reflects mounting insurgency in Thai south

The separatist insurgency intensified in Thailand’s Muslim-majority south last month, taking the number of people killed since January 2004 past 2,300, a researcher in the region said on Wednesday. Srisompob Jitpiromsri of the Prince of Songkhla University said that 103 people were killed in May, making it one of the bloodiest months in the region, an independent sultanate until annexed by overwhelmingly Buddhist Thailand a century ago. Full Story

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