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  • TRAVEL

    Sun also rises down South

    News, Patipat Janthong, Published on 20/05/2018

    » Getting to the remote district of Betong in the southernmost province of Yala involves travelling from Muang district through the Sankala Khiri mountain range. The district is located in a valley hugged by tall peaks on the border of Malaysia.

  • LEARNING

    Risky commute

    Terry Fredrickson, Published on 05/09/2011

    » For teachers in Yala government schools, the drive to and from work can be a life-threatening experience.

  • LEARNING

    Get serious about South, govt told

    Terry Fredrickson, Published on 15/08/2011

    » With 144 of their members killed since 2004, teachers in the deep South are understandably frustrated and angry.

  • NEWS

    Solution to South lies in flexible negotiations

    News, Published on 06/09/2014

    » Stein Tønnesson, leader of Uppsala University's East Asia Peace programme, talks to Achara Ashayagachat about why he believes negotiated solutions to the southern insurgency are unlikely any time soon.

  • NEWS

    Stressed soldier kills officers in Pattani

    Online Reporters, Published on 16/05/2014

    » A soldier believed suffering from stress shot dead two of his officers and wounded a third at the 4412nd paramilitary ranger company base in Ban Joh Kue Yae village of Tabing sub-district in Sai Buri district, Pattani.

  • OPINION

    Release move just one step

    News, Editorial, Published on 21/07/2015

    » The military regime has ordered the release from prison of former terrorist leader, Sama-ae Thanam. Other releases may follow. Now 63, Sama-ae has vowed to help reconciliation efforts and establish peace across the deep South. Once the leader of the military wing of the so-called Patani United Liberation Front (Pulo), he was captured in Malaysia in 1988, extradited and later jailed on terrorism charges in 1997. Authorities not only believe he is no longer a threat but could help peace efforts in the restive southern provinces.

  • OPINION

    Army, NSC miles apart on peace talks

    Veera Prateepchaikul, Published on 15/03/2013

    » There is a clear lack of unity between the army and the National Security Council (NSC) on two key issues relating to the first formal peace talk between the government and the Barisan Revolusi Nasional (BRN) separatist organisation scheduled in Kuala Lumpur on March 28.

  • NEWS

    Security tightened as Samui bombers sought

    Published on 11/04/2015

    » Authorities have tightened security measures across the country after a car bomb rocked a Koh Samui shopping mall at the start of the busy Songkran holiday.

  • NEWS

    Myanmar security forces 'setting northern Rakhine ablaze'

    Reuters, Published on 15/09/2017

    » YANGON: The rights group Amnesty International said evidence pointing to a "mass-scale scorched-earth campaign" across the north of Rakhine state was unmistakably ethnic cleansing, while Myanmar insisted on Friday it was not barring aid workers from Rakhine State, where a counter-insurgency campaign has sparked an exodus of Muslim Rohingya refugees -- although authorities on the ground might restrict access 'for security reasons'.

  • NEWS

    Violence falls 70% in deep South

    News, Post Reporters, Published on 24/10/2018

    » The security situation in the deep South has improved over the last eight years, according to the Southern Border Provinces Administrative Centre (SBPAC).

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