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25 May 2013 : Thirteen people, including 10 security officers, were wounded in a wave of bomb blasts that struck Yala and Narathiwat provinces Saturday.
25 May 2013 : Yala’s Yaha district was blacked out by three separate home-made bomb explosions on power poles of the southernmost city early Saturday morning, police said.
27 Apr 2013 : One ranger was killed in a gun attack and two others wounded in a separate violent incident in Pattani on Saturday morning.
27 Apr 2013 : Three insurgents were killed during clashes with security forces in Yala's Bannang Sata district yesterday.
27 Apr 2013 : Thailand has yet to approach Indonesia about joining the southern peace process officially, but cooperation is ongoing at the operational level, National Security Council (NSC) chief Paradorn Pattanatabut says.
26 Apr 2013 : The Royal Thai Police Office (RTPO), the air force and the navy are at risk of facing negligence charges for failing to file complaints over their purchases of controversial bomb detectors.
26 Apr 2013 : A key player from the previous government, a former security leader and a human rights expert have cautiously welcomed expanding the far South peace talks to take in Indonesia.
25 Apr 2013 : A key player from the previous government, a former security leader and a human rights expert have cautiously welcomed expanding the far South peace talks to take in Indonesia.
25 Apr 2013 : The government censorship board will lift its ban on the documentary on Thai-Cambodia border conflicts if the dialogue in some scenes is muted, the film director said on Thursday.
25 Apr 2013 : Territorial disputes in the South China Sea dominated the first day of a meeting of the leaders of the Association of South-East Asian Nations (Asean), Philippine President Benigno Aquino said on Thursday.
25 Apr 2013 : The National Security Council (NSC) has asked Indonesia to assist with the peace talks with southern insurgent groups, a security source says.
24 Apr 2013 : The National Anti Corruption Commission (NACC) said it has interrogated more than half of the witnesses involved in buying GT 200 and Alpha 6 so-called explosive detectors for 13 state agencies.