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Four Muslims shot dead in Thailand’s restive south.

NARATHIWAT, Thailand (AFP) - Four Muslims have been killed by suspected Islamic rebels in separate shootings in Thailand’s insurgency-plagued south, police said Saturday.

A 77-year-old rubber tapper was gunned down in an ambush while he was riding a motorcycle early Saturday in Narathiwat, one of three Muslim-majority provinces bordering Malaysia, they said. Police also found a man’s body on a road in the province early Saturday. They suspect he was shot dead by insurgents late Friday.

A Muslim village head was killed in a drive-by shooting while he was riding a motorcycle in Narathiwat late Friday, police said. And in nearby Yala province, a Muslim rubber tapper on a motorcycle was shot dead, also in a drive-by shooting, late Friday.

More than 2,200 people have been killed in a bloody separatist insurgency in the southern region since January 2004.

Powerful blast in Guwahati, seven dead.

GUWAHATI: Seven persons were killed and 20 others injured in a powerful bomb blast by the ULFA in Guwahati’s Athgaon area on Sunday triggering public protest in nearby commercial Fancy Bazaar.

City Senior Superintendent of Police S N Singh said the bomb planted in a rickshaw exploded at around 10.45 am near the Marwari Maternity Hospital in Athgaon where shoppers were going about their business.

Stating that some of the victims died on the spot while others on way to hospital, Singh said, the injured were admitted to various hospitals in the city.

Soldiers attacked in Philippines.

MANILA, Philippines - Unidentified gunmen opened fire on soldiers guarding polling precincts during special elections Saturday in 13 Philippine towns after voting was postponed last week over fears of violence.

Bomb kills two Pakistani soldiers near Afghan border.

WANA, Pakistan (AFP) - Two Pakistani soldiers were killed and seven others wounded when a bomb planted by suspected militants exploded near the border with Afghanistan, officials said.

The early morning blast occurred outside the town of Wana in South Waziristan, military spokesman Major General Waheed Arshad said on Saturday.

He said an improvised explosive device had been planted on the road between the city of Tank and Wana, where Pakistani forces are stationed to check Taliban and Al-Qaeda activities.

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 Frank says:

Mr Zappa, I am astounded at the courtesy and soft voiced nature of the comments of my friend, the Senator from Tennessee. I can only say that I find your statement to be boorish, incredibly and insensitively insulting to the people who were here previously, that you could manage to give the First Amendment of the Constitution of the United States a bad name, if I felt you had the slightest understanding of it, which I do not. -- - Senator Slade Gorton