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Written By vibykhmer on Tuesday, September 15, 2009 | 6:56 PM

Policemen inspect the bodies of military rangers after an attack by suspected Muslim militants in Thailand's Yala province, about 1,084 km (674 miles) south of Bangkok, September 13, 2009. Five military rangers were killed in Thailand on Sunday, police said, when an armed group attacked their base in Yala, a province in the far south that has seen an upsurge in separatist violence. REUTERS/Surapan Boonthanom

Policemen inspect the bodies of military rangers after an attack by suspected Muslim militants in Thailand's Yala province, about 1,084 km (674 miles) south of Bangkok, September 13, 2009. Five military rangers were killed in Thailand on Sunday, police said, when an armed group attacked their base in Yala, a province in the far south that has seen an upsurge in separatist violence. REUTERS/Surapan Boonthanom

The bodies of military rangers are seen after an attack by suspected Muslim militants in Thailand's Yala province, about 1,084 km (674 miles) south of Bangkok, September 13, 2009. Five military rangers were killed in Thailand on Sunday, police said, when an armed group attacked their base in Yala, a province in the far south that has seen an upsurge in separatist violence. REUTERS/Surapan Boonthanom

Securing the scene : The shadows of Thai soldiers and police officers stretch across a wall as they secure the scene where military rangers were shot dead in an attack by suspected Muslim militants in Thailand's restive southern Yala province.(AFP/Muhammad Sabri)

Soldiers walk inside Government House in Bangkok September 15, 2009. The Thai government agreed to impose the Internal Security Act in Dusit district between September 18 to September 22 to ensure peace and order during a red-shirted rally on September 19.REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom

Thai Muslim villagers prepare for the burial of five military rangers in Thailand's Yala province, about 1,084 km (674 miles) south of Bangkok September 14, 2009. Five military rangers were killed in Thailand on Sunday, police said, when an armed group attacked their base in Yala, a province in the far south that has seen an upsurge in separatist violence.REUTERS/Surapan Boonthanom

Thai Muslim villagers prepare for the burial of five military rangers in Thailand's Yala province, about 1,084 km (674 miles) south of Bangkok September 14, 2009. Five military rangers were killed in Thailand on Sunday, police said, when an armed group attacked their base in Yala, a province in the far south that has seen an upsurge in separatist violence.REUTERS/Surapan Boonthanom

A soldier guards as villagers prepare for the burial of a Buddhist military ranger in Thailand's Yala province, about 1,084 km (674 miles) south of Bangkok September 14, 2009. Five military rangers were killed in Thailand on Sunday, police said, when an armed group attacked their base in Yala, a province in the far south that has seen an upsurge in separatist violence.REUTERS/Surapan Boonthanom

Princess Bajrakitiyabha of Thailand addresses the Human Rights Council at the United Nations European headquarters in Geneva September 14, 2009. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse

Pojaman Damapong, former wife of ousted Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra, center, accompanied by her daughter Pintongta Shinawatra, left, and her son Phantongtae Shinawatra arrives at the Supreme Court to ask the court not to freeze assets belonging to the former premier and his family, in Bangkok on Tuesday Sept. 15, 2009. Thaksin, who was ranked as Thailand's fourth-richest billionaire in 2006 before the coup, is now worth $400 million after Thai authorities froze more than $2 billion of his family's assets pending the corruption cases against him.(AP Photo/Sakchai Lalit)

Former Thailand prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra speaks to Reuters in Dubai April 16, 2009. Thailand passed a tough security law on Tuesday, giving the military broad powers to control a planned street rally this weekend by supporters of exiled former premier Thaksin Shinawatra.REUTERS/Nikhil Monteiro/Files

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