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1. news | 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.
2. news | 23 Dec 2014
» More than 16,000 families in Yala have been hit by what has been described as the worst flooding in decades, while the 4th Army is to step up relief efforts in the deep South.
3. news | 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...
4. learning | 12 Nov 2010
» The project to connect Thailand to a deep sea port at Dawei in Burma has been in the planning stages for a long time.
5. opinion | 24 Jan 2015
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» Violence in Thailand's deep South is at its lowest level in the past 11 years. While this is a very positive development for the people of the South who have lived with violence and fear on a daily basis, it does no...
6. news | 22 Dec 2014
» A renowned conflict resolution expert from Colombia says laying down an agenda, declaring core issues of conflict and protecting peace negotiators are necessary steps for successful deep South peace talks.
7. opinion | 09 Dec 2014
» The recent visit of Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha to Malaysia marks the official resumption of the deep South peace dialogue. The event is long-awaited since the talks were suspended for one year. I have been watching...
8. learning | 09 Mar 2012
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» It not just violence that is fuelling the instability in Thailand’s deep South. Cross-cultural romances between Thai soldiers and Muslim women are also a factor. AFP photo
9. learning | 15 Aug 2011
» With 144 of their members killed since 2004, teachers in the deep South are understandably frustrated and angry.
10. learning | 12 Aug 2011
» Her Majesty the Queen used her traditional pre-birthday speech yesterday to express serious concern over the violence in the deep South.