The head of the Barisan Revolusi Nasional (BRN) peace talks delegation has emphasised the need to ensure the success of the peace dialogue in the South but says there are groups from both sides who have different agendas.
Police inspect a crater caused by a bomb attack on a police vehicle on a section of the Krong Pinang-Ban Luemu road in Yala's Krong Pinang district. The blast killed one policeman and injured seven others. (Photo by Muhammad Ayub Pathan)
A 38-minute discussion in Bahasa Malaysia between the Malaysian leader of the BRN, Hassan Taib, and a former Narathiwat candidate from the New Aspiration Party, A-Sae Tohramae, was aired on Tuesday night on Pattani-based radio station Media Selatan.
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