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Deep South insurgents wreak havoc ahead of Ramadan
Suspected insurgents greeted the start of Islam's holy month with violence, conducting a series of bloody attacks and disrupting the lives of citizens.
By Ahmad Ramansiriwong in Bannang Sata
July 24, 2012
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