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  • First South peace talks set for April

    01 Feb 2015 : The first round of official peace talks between government negotiators and insurgent groups is expected to be held in April, an informed source said on Sunday.

  • 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.

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  • deep south

    Bomb blast injures 3 soldiers

    11 Dec 2014 : Narathiwat: Three soldiers were injured in a roadside bomb attack on Wednesday morning during a patrol, police said.

  • Development 'best cure' for far South

    09 Dec 2014 : Development aimed at improving people's lives is key to solving the problems in the far South and ending the violence in the insurgency-plagued region, National Security Council (NSC) secretary-general Anusit Kunakorn said on Tuesday.

  • Army, rebels open sideline peace talks

    08 Dec 2014 : The Fourth Army has opened communication with several southern insurgents, including some living overseas, ahead of peace talks which it intends to restart with Malaysia as host.

  • 2 wounded in Yala gun attack

    07 Dec 2014 : Two members of a village defence team were wounded when their security booth was attacked by a group of militants in Yala's Bannang Sata district late on Saturday night, police said.

  • insurgency

    Man gunned down, school bombed in South violence

    06 Dec 2014 : A man was shot dead while riding home on a motorcycle in Pattani on Friday, while a bomb exploded at a school in a separate incident.

  • Woman slain in Narathiwat

    04 Dec 2014 : A woman was slain by motorcycle gunmen in Narathiwat's Rangae district early Thursday, police said.

  • Engine glitch behind Bell chopper crash

    04 Dec 2014 : The crash of a Bell 212 helicopter in Phayao, which killed nine military officers last month, resulted from an engine malfunction, not bad weather or pilot error, army chief Udomdej Sitabutr said on Wednesday.

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