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Yesterday, a court in Songkhla province, southern Thailand, ruled that there was no evidence of foul play in the case of a suspected insurgent who fell into a coma and died while being held in military custody in Pattani province in 2019. A suspected leader of an insurgency group accused 34 year old Abdullah Esomuso of being involved with a series of rebel attacks in Thailand’s Deep South. The military arrested Abdullah and held him for 10 hours at Fort Inkayuthaboriharn, an army camp in Pattani province, southern Thailand. Abdullah was found unconscious at 3am on July 21, 2019, inside […]

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