A war that goes unnoticed
16 November 2012
In Thailand’s southernmost provinces, a state of virtual civil war has prevailed for years, with over 4,000 people killed since 2006 and fatalities almost daily. While it goes largely unnoticed by the world at large, a number of groups and NGOs are trying to help
Photograph © Michael Coyne
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