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  1. 1. news | 30 Jan 2015

    Insurgency groups being identified

    By Wassana Nanuam

    » As the government moves closer to opening peace talks with southern insurgents, authorities have begun identifying active insurgent groups, their leaders and weapons suppliers.

  2. 2. news | 29 Jan 2015

    Thailand, Malaysia boost military ties

    By Wassayos Ngamkham

    » Malaysian Defence Minister Dato Seri Hishammuddin bin Tun Hussein on Thursday reaffirmed Malaysia's commitment to help Thailand resolve the southern insurgency problem and restore peace, defence spokesman Kongcheep ...

  3. 3. news | 27 Jan 2015

    Attack on Ukraine's Mariupol targeted civilians: UN

    By AFP

    » MOSCOW - The UN said a rocket attack that killed 30 people in a city in eastern Ukraine deliberately targeted civilians, as Russian President Vladimir Putin spurned Western calls to rein in a pro-Moscow insurgency.

  4. 4. news | 15 Jan 2015

    Boko Haram 'killed woman in labour' during attack: Amnesty

    By AFP

    » LAGOS - Boko Haram fighters killed a woman as she was in labour during what is feared could be the deadliest attack in the militants' six-year insurgency, Amnesty International claimed on Thursday.

  5. 5. news | 08 Jan 2015

    South violence plummets in 4Q

    By Online Reporters

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

  6. 6. news | 06 Jan 2015

    100 days in power for Afghan president, but no government

    By AFP

    » Afghan President Ashraf Ghani marked his first 100 days in power on Tuesday, still struggling to form a government as a new political stalemate threatens to fuel the Taliban insurgency.

  7. 7. news | 04 Jan 2015

    Fewest South incidents in 2014

    By Online Reporters

    » 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...

  8. 8. news | 02 Jan 2015

    Afghanistan faces economic timebomb as NATO war ends

    By AFP

    » KABUL - The Taliban insurgency may still be raging but the poor state of the economy could pose a bigger threat to Afghanistan's long-term viability, and huge mineral reserves are unlikely to offer a quick fix.

  9. 9. news | 28 Dec 2014

    NATO ends its 13-year Afghan war, but insurgency boils

    By AFP

    » NATO formally ended its war in Afghanistan on Sunday, holding a low-key ceremony in Kabul after 13 years of conflict that have left the country in the grip of worsening insurgent violence.

  10. 10. news | 26 Dec 2014

    Philippine communist rebels say peace talks may resume soon

    By AFP

    » The Philippine government and communist rebels said Friday that formal negotiations to end a lengthy insurgency could restart shortly, though the rebels' armed wing announced it was beefing up its guerilla campaign.

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