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31. news | 26 Jan 2015
» MANILA - Philippine security forces and a Muslim rebel group clashed Sunday in the country's south killing at least six police officers, both sides confirmed, in violence rarely seen since the signing of a peace tre
32. opinion | 11 Jan 2015
By Alan Dawson
» For nine years, Thailand has torn itself apart in slow-motion, red-yellow-blue street protests, killings, arson and military coups, shutdowns, violence from South to North, dirty politics, back-stabbing businesses. And a...
33. news | 10 Dec 2014
» Development initiatives to improve people's lives are key to ending the violence in the insurgency-plagued region, National Security Council (NSC) secretary-general Anusit Kunakorn said yesterday.
34. learning | 08 Jun 2013
» Talent's Got Talent has its good points. A Pattani musician's powerful plea for an end to the Southern violence is deservedly winning high praise. (Includes video plus Thai/English transcript)
35. learning | 24 Feb 2014
» Army chief calls for talks, coup could just increase violence because "many sides do not understand and oppose the army."
36. news | 31 Jan 2015
» KUALA LUMPUR - Philippine government and Muslim rebel negotiators issued a joint plea Saturday for the country to stick to a historic peace accord that is now in peril after a deadly clash spurred calls for retribution a...
37. news | 28 Jan 2015
» Philippine President Benigno Aquino will address the nation later Wednesday to try to shore up a Muslim rebel peace deal threatened by a bungled anti-terror raid that killed 44 police commandos.
38. news | 21 Jan 2015
» Instilling attitudes toward peace among students in the far South requires grit and perseverance among teachers, and the participation of parents and Islamic religious schools, award-winning teachers say.
39. multimedia | 08 Jan 2015
» In the East and West of Ukraine prayers for peace as a Donestsk resident says she hopes "that we hear each other" as the country celebrates Orthodox Christmas. Deborah Lutterbeck reports. - REUTERS
40. news | 04 Jan 2015
» Most of the Thais expect to see peace and unity in the year 2015, according to an opinion survey by Suan Dusit poll carried out on 1,642 people throughout the country between Dec 25-Jan 3.