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December 1, 2014

Southern insurgents stepped up violent campaign with the torching of a local health station, local administrative office, surveillance cameras, shooting Buddhists, and putting up banners opposing the peace dialogue effort by the military regime.
Unrest incidents were reported in Pattani, Narathiwatnand Songkhla provinces.

Security officials said Monday southern insurgents in Narathiwat cut down trees to block roads in Rueso district, and set fire to a health office in Tambon Sawor.

But village headman and defence volunteers managed to put out the fire before it raged.

A roadside bomb was also detonated on the road from Waeng to Sungai Kolok near a bridge while a patrol unit passed by.

Nobody was injured in the explosion.

Meanwhile security officials reported banners were put up at eleven locations in Khok Pho, Panare, Yarang, Yaring, Nong Chik, and Kapor districts.


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