Southern Thailand Tense After Battles With Muslim Rebels - Stock Image

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PATTANI, THAILAND - MAY 4: A young girl sits on a wall littered with bullet holes as Muslin families survey the damage and pay their respects at Krue Se Mosque on May 4, 2004 in Pattani province, southern Thailand. Thousands of Muslims from near and far are flocking to the Krue Se Mosque where 32 suspected militants were killed in a shootout with police on Wednesday. The Mosque is becoming a focal point for the Muslim community and has turned into a shrine with people travelling from Malaysia and Northern Thailand to pay their respects. More than 100 machete-wielding, suspected Muslim militants were shot dead during pre-dawn attacks on heavily armed security posts aimed at seizing weapons April 28, 2004. Three policemen and two soldiers were also killed in one of the bloodiest days in the modern history of the Southeast Asian kingdom, 2004. (Photo by Daniel Berehulak)

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