Thai insurgents shot dead a teacher in front of dozens of children in a school cafeteria on Wednesday, police said, in the latest deadly attack on an education worker.
Police officers inspect the body of a slain Thai Muslim teacher shot dead in front of dozens of children by suspected separatist militants at the school cafeteria in Thailand's restive southern province of Narathiwat on January 23, 2013, according to police. The killing was the latest deadly attack on an education worker in the region.
Cholathee Charoenchol, a 51-year-old Muslim, was shot in the head at Tanyong school in Bacho district in Narathiwat province as at least 30 pupils and several teachers looked on, according to officials.
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