Suspected Muslim separatists in southern Thailand reportedly set fire to the country’s largest rubber warehouse last week, destroying an estimated 5,512 tons (5,000 t) of rubber sheet intended for export, with damages estimated at 400 million baht ($11.8 million). Thailand is the world’s biggest rubber exporter. Most of the crop is grown in the south, where rebels have killed about 1,900 people in the last three years. Reports says the separatists, who are trying to break away from ...
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