Muslim insurgents suspected in attack that killed 5 policemen in Thailand

By REUTERS
September 11, 2013 08:50

Suspected Muslim insurgents killed five policemen in Thailand's deep south on Wednesday in one of the most serious attacks since talks between a major Muslim rebel group and the government to end nearly a decade of conflict stalled.

"A special investigative unit was on duty when rebels opened fire on their car ... Everyone on the team died," a police official in the area told Reuters.It was not clear what the team was investigating at the time of the attack in Pattani province.


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