The headquarters of the Bank of Thailand are pictured in central Bangkok, Thailand, February 29, 2016. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
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Four people have been gunned down in Thailand's Muslim-majority southernmost provinces, police said Thursday, in 24-hours of violence that included the murder of a Buddhist rubber tapper whose corpse was then set alight.The deaths come during a recent uptick in violence after months of relative calm in a region where more than 6,500 people -- the majority civilians -- have died since a rebellion against Thai rule re-ignited in 2004 .Two other Muslim civilians -- including another rubber tapper -- were shot dead on Wednesday, the report added, while another army ranger remains in critical condition after being shot as he drove his pick-up truck.
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