Thailand: Suspected Muslim rebels storm temple, kill monks
27 January 2019 | 2:57 pm
Black-clad gunmen on motorbikes have shot dead two Buddhist monks and wounded two others in southern Thailand. Separatist violence which first flared in 2004 has seen an uptick in recent weeks after a three-year lull.
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