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FAR SOUTH Police believe 6 men behind hotel blast
20 May 2013 : Police believe six men, including two already questioned and discharged, were involved in Saturday's Narathiwat hotel bomb blast.
18 May 2013 : Six people were slightly injured in a bomb explosion at the Asia Hotel in Sungai Kolok district of Narathiwat on Saturday morning, police said.
05 May 2013 : Malaysia's 13th general election has spiced up the already enthusiastic efforts towards self-rule in Thailand's deep South, but activists maintain the key players in the quest for "Patani administration" are actually dictated to from within the region.
05 May 2013 : Two soldiers were killed and three others critically wounded in an ambush by militants in Rueso district of Narathiwat province on Sunday morning, reports said.
05 May 2013 : Two soldiers were killed and three others wounded in an ambush by militants in Rueso district of Narathiwat province on Sunday morning, reports said.
05 May 2013 : Many people in the deep South rejected the five demands issued by the Barisan Revolusi Nasional (BRN) separatist movement, according to a Dusit Poll survey.
04 May 2013 : Two people were killed in separate drive-by shootings in Pattani and Narathiwat on Saturday morning, police said.
04 May 2013 : The National Security Council (NSC) and the Pheu Thai Party on Saturday dismissed reports that Thaksin Shinawatra was planning to meet a senior figure in the southern insurgency movement.
03 May 2013 : A call for dismissal of terrorism charges against red-shirt members will be forwartded to state prosecutors, the Department of Special Investigation (DSI) said on Friday.
03 May 2013 : Most people polled recently rejected the conditions demanded for peace talks set by the Barisan Revolusi Nasional (BRN), Nida Poll at the National Institution of Development Administration said on Friday.
03 May 2013 : A paramilitary ranger was critically injured in a drive-by shooting in Narathiwat’s Sungai Kolok district on Thursday night, police said.
03 May 2013 : Speaking haltingly, as tears continued falling from her reddened eyes, Watcharin Nuansai says it would have been better had she died with her husband and young son and not survived alone.