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Former ponoh school executives cleared of harbouring insurgents

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The Narathiwat court has acquitted three former executives of an Islamic ponoh school of charges of allowing insurgents to assemble bombs on the school's grounds. 

Pol Col Tawee Sodsong, director of the Southern Border Provinces Administration Centre (SBPAC), fourth from right, joins teachers at Islam Burapa School in Narathiwat to make arsuro, a local sweetmeat. The SBPAC chief yesterday led his delegation to visit the school to give moral support to its staff. Three school executives were recently cleared of charges of allowing insurgents to use the school as a site to make bombs. WAEDAOHARAI

The provincial court delivered its ruling on Tuesday, throwing out the charges against former school registrar Useng Purong, former manager Sorma Hama, and former headmaster Subaida Dorlor.

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