Militants kill four Buddhists in southern Thailand

Suspected Muslim separatist rebels have killed four Buddhists and wounded eight soldiers in three separate attacks in Thailand’s rebellious south, police said on Wednesday. One of the victims was beheaded. Two of the victims, both itinerant salesmen, were shot dead on Tuesday in a village in Narathiwat, one of the southernmost provinces caught up in a three-year separatist insurgency in which more than 2,300 people have died. Full Story

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