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Let me tell you of an insurgency that has killed over 6,500 people since 2004. This separatist insurgency has been ignored by politicians while the army use it as a excuse to keep upgrading weapon systems. Would it surprise you to know that this is happening in Thailand?
Cod Satrusayang
ANN Managing Editor
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No sign of concrete policies for conflict in Thailand's restive south
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