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Three militants surrender, say more on the way

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Three southern militants who said they had been hiding in Malaysia and admitted to being involved in the insurgency surrendered to Thai authorities on Thursday, saying they believed promises they would get fair treatment, police said. 

The three insurgents were named as Rosalee Masa, 31, Mahadee Durae, 30, and Arwae Leelawae, 31. They are all from Tak Bai district, Narathiwat province.

The three were welcomed by Tak Bai district chief Somsak Sitthivorakarn, Tak Bai police chief Pol Col Prayong Kotesaka, and Narathiwat Task Force 36 commander Lt Col Wutthaya Chantamas on Thursday.

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