Putting a face to the conflict in Thailand’s south

Putting a face to the conflict in Thailand’s south – BBC, February 19, 2013
…Through her tears, Rusanee said she felt honoured to have been his wife, although she grieved that their young son would never know his father.
There were murmurs of approval from the visitors in the house. None questioned an insurgent campaign which has targeted teachers, Buddhist monks and anyone working for the Thai state.
Instead they recounted their own narrative, of repeated harassment by the authorities…

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