The Nation



Another teacher killed in South, freshly after schools' reopening

On the first day schools in the deep South reopened yesterday, in the wake of a murder of a principal by insurgents last year, a teacher based in Narathiwat was gunned down last night - the 155th teacher killed through the separatist violence in the predominantly-Muslim region.

Chatsuda Nilsuwan, 32, was shot four times during an ambush in Cho I Rong district, and died at the scene. The victim left the school late because she was doing a

paperwork task, and reportedly did not ask to be escorted by security officials.

In Yala, a female villager, 33, was shot and killed at her home in Yala’s Bannang Sata district in a drive-by shooting. Police theorised that the murder was the work of
insurgents but were compiling more evidence to back it up.

Comments conditions

Users are solely responsible for their comments.We reserve the right to remove any comment and revoke posting rights for any reason withou prior notice.