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15 killed in suspected rebel attacks in Thailand’s south army

By AFP
06 November 2019   |   11:17 am
Members of a bomb squad inspect the site of an attack by suspected Muslim militants in Yala province. At least fifteen people were killed and another four injured in attacks by suspected Muslim militants in Thailand's violence-wracked south, an army spokesman said on November 6, the largest death toll in years.

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