Southern peace talks make slow progress

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The Bangkok Post

The Thai government and Muslim separatist insurgents in southern Thailand proposed on Thursday forming a joint working group to flesh out the broad terms agreed on in their third round of peace talks held this week in the Malaysian capital. A Thai delegation led by Gen Wanlop Rugsanaoh and the rebel group, Barisan Revolusi Nasional (BRN) led by Anas Abdulrahman, held two days of talks through Tuesday on the outskirts of Kuala Lumpur with Malaysia’s former federal police chief Abdul Rahim Mohad Noor acting as facilitator. Two international observers from Britain and Norway also attended the mee…

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