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07 May 2007

Two Buddhists killed, another injured in Yala

Yala - Two Buddhists were killed and another injured by Muslim insurgents while they were

tapping rubber trees in a village in this southern border province Monday morning, police said.

Police said the three were tapping rubber trees in Sagai Village in Tambon Ban Reu of Yala's Thanto district at 9:29 am when a group of insurgents opened fire at them.

Luem Waewphet, 70, and Sumalee Thampradit, 26, died at the scene.

Sutham Thampradit, 60, was severely injured and rushed to the district hospital.

The Nation

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