A car bomb has killed at least two people and injured 36 outside a hotel in southern Thailand, police say.
Deep South Watch, a group that monitors the area, said on Thursday that 6,159 people had been killed and 14,329 suffered injuries in violence related to the low-level insurgency that flared up in 2004 after years of relative calm.
General Prayuth Chan-ocha, who has lead the military government in power in Thailand since May, warned security officials in the area to be vigilant during the remaining days of Ramadan.
In the Central African Republic, Muslims, who are 15% of the population, demand half the country
Thanks to Vlad Tepes
(Dear African and world leaders. Please consider this an open letter to all of you, the good, the fascist and the tyrannical. If you imagine that you can duck this long game Islam is playing for the world and manage to find a nice place to retire with all your extorted, insider-traded or even legally accumulated wealth you can forget it. There is no where Islam is not trying to infect. Just look at the Philippines. No matter how many peace deals they sign and territories they give over to be ruled by Islam and sharia law, new splinter groups form and start killing and extorting for the rest. If you want a great retirement place, fight islam to its end and build one while you have power to allow those capable of it to do so)
Seleka rebels in the Central African Republic have rejected a ceasefire deal and demanded the country be partitioned between Muslims and Christians.
In an interview with the BBC’s Andrew Harding, Seleka military chief Joseph Zoundeiko said his forces would ignore the ceasefire agreed on Thursday.
He said the deal had been negotiated without proper input from the military wing of the former Seleka alliance.