Suspected separatists kill three in Thai south

By REUTERS
March 15, 2011 12:22

 
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PATTANI - Suspected Muslim separatists shot dead three Muslim men in Thailand's restive deep south on Tuesday, police said, the latest violence in the region bordering Malaysia.




The victims were sitting outside a car repair shop in Pattani province when a group of insurgents drove by in a car and opened fire on them, said Police Colonel Wasupol Baree.




"One of the men was a deputy village chief in charge of public safety in the area," he said. "We believe that was why he was targeted."


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