Thailand’s Deep South enjoys a peaceful Ramadan this year

People in Thailand’s Deep South are pleased with the relatively peaceful situation in the strife-torn region during this year’s Islamic Holy month of Ramadan, which ended yesterday (Monday). The peace…

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Two police officers killed by roadside bomb in Yala

Two police officers were killed and two others injured by a roadside bomb in Bannang Sata district of the southern border province of Yala this morning (Wednesday). The four officers…

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Chief security advisor says loopholes remain in Thailand’s southern peace talk process

Thursday’s siege in Songkhla’s Chana district, which ended in the deaths of three suspected insurgents and the capture of a fourth, could be seen, by some, as an achievement at…

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In this photo taken on October 24, 2019, a Royal Thai Army soldier patrols the Tak Bai riverside market in Thailand’s restive southern province of Narathiwat across the Malaysian border.(Photo by Madaree TOHLALA / AFP)

Crisis in Thailand’s deep south – mutual trust and dialogue needed

Thailand and the Barisan Revolusi Nasional (BRN), the well-known Malay Muslim separatist group, will begin their long-awaited third round of peace talks on January 11th in Kuala Lumpur. This time…

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Three injured as local train struck by explosion in Pattani province

Two State Railway of Thailand workers and a passenger were injured when an improvised explosive device (IED), thought to have been planted by southern insurgents on the rail track, detonated…

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Train services to southern destinations beyond Yala temporarily suspended

Local train services from Hat Yai town to destinations beyond the southern border province of Yala have been suspended from today (Monday) until further notice after a train was shot…

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