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What will it take to end fighting between the government and insurgents in Thailand’s deep south?
101 East
Discussions to end unrest in Thailand's Muslim-majority provinces start Thursday, but success could be a long way off.
Some 160 teachers have been killed and many schools set ablaze in continuing ethnic violence.
Leaders of two groups say they have nothing to do with "terrorist act".
The Thai government has blamed a decades-old separatist group for the flight of 131 Thai Muslims last week from the country's insurgency-wracked south to neighbouring Malaysia.
The crushing and suffocation of at least 78 Thai demonstrators is yet another crime that underlines Bangkok's disregard for its Muslim minority, according to Muslim organisations in the southeast Asian country.
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