June 08 2012
Police say two people have been killed by suspected Muslim militants in southern Thailand, reports the Bangkok Post.
Seven villagers were drinking tea near a school Thursday in the Sungai Padi district in the Narathiwat province when a group of gunmen opened fire with AK-47 assault rifles, witnesses said.
Two people died at the scene and three village defense volunteers were seriously wounded in the attack, said police.
The school was also burned down.
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