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Children hold up signs during an anti-drugs ceremony in Narathiwat in 2009. Thai authorities on Wednesday (October 22nd) announced the arrest of Nipon Chamroen, suspected of drug trafficking and murder-for-hire in Thailand's southernmost provinces. [Madaree Tohlala/AFP]
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