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  • Anupong: US can meet reds

    31 Jan 2015 : US embassy officials are free to meet Thai red-shirt leaders but the government hopes they will not meddle in Thailand's internal affairs, Interior Minister Anupong Paojinda said on Saturday.

  • Gunmen shoot dead senior cop in Pattani

    31 Jan 2015 : A deputy inspector in charge of crime suppression at Nong Chik police station in Pattani was shot and killed early Friday.

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  • Russia seeks military, trade ties

    09 Jan 2015 : Russian Industry and Trade Minister Denis Manturov has proposed military cooperation with Thailand and has also expressed interest in buying a lot of Thai rubber, oficials say.

  • Three insurgents killed in Pattani raid

    09 Jan 2015 : Three insurgents were killed in a shootout and two other suspects arrested when a security team raided an Islamic religious school in Mayo district of Pattani on Friday morning.

  • Army mulls new US helicopters

    09 Jan 2015 : The military is moving toward making the American-made UH-72A Lakota Thailand’s main light-utility helicopter with the army planning to add on to last year’s order of 15 Airbus Helicopters choppers with more to replace its ageing fleet of Vietnam-era aircraft.

  • Checkpoint reopens after border talks

    09 Jan 2015 : Thailand today was scheduled to reopen an Ubon Ratchathani border crossing after talks with Cambodia regarding a border dispute over road construction near the disputed Preah Vihear temple, Cambodian media reported today.

  • South violence plummets in 4Q

    08 Jan 2015 : Both violent insurgency-related incidents and deaths plummeted in the last quarter of 2014, with both falling about 50% or more year-on-year.

  • Nan villagers oppose mosque project

    07 Jan 2015 : Villagers in Nan province are opposing construction of an Islamic mosque in Phu Phiang district, fearing it could bring political and religious conflict seen in Thailand’s Muslim-dominated Far South.

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    Prayut denies plans to shake up cabinet

    07 Jan 2015 : Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha denies working on plans to reshuffle cabinet members or senior military officers following a rumour that three ministers in key army posts would be asked to resign.

  • Firefight leaves 2 dead in Narathiwat

    06 Jan 2015 : Two suspected militants were killed in gun battle with rangers on a highway in Narathiwat's Cho Airong district Tuesday.

  • Deep South 11-year toll hits 4,000

    05 Jan 2015 : Almost 4,000 victims have been killed in 16,969 violent incidents in the deep South over the past 11 years since the southern violence erupted, figures show.

  • Fewest South incidents in 2014

    04 Jan 2015 : A total of 793 insurgency-related incidents took place in the far South in 2014, the lowest number in 11 years, according to Deep South Watch (DSW) at Prince of Songkla University's Pattani campus, Post Today Online reported.

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