Schools torched in south Thailand

Thirteen schools have been set on fire in southern Thailand, where teachers have increasingly become the targets of a bloody conflict. The Thai authorities have blamed Muslim insurgents for a series of recent attacks on schools, as part of their separatist campaign. The violence in the region has killed more than 2,200 people since 2004. More than 200 schools have been torched and 77 teachers killed, according to education officials. Full Story

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