They are rubber tappers by trade but every week are summoned to the scene of beheadings, bombs and shootings as volunteer medics dealing with the fallout from Thailand's southern insurgency.
Members of the Hilal Ahmad Foundation sit in their rescue car in the Bannang Sata district of Thailand's restive province of Yala. Every week, they rush to the scenes of beheadings, bombs and shootings as volunteer medics dealing with the fallout from Thailand's bloody southern insurgency.
Violence strikes with grim regularity in the lush, forested hills of Bannang Sata, a militant stronghold -- or "red zone" -- in Yala province, where locals are caught between the warring militants and security forces.
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