Thailand's Civil War Escalating?

Every day in Southern Thailand, almost two people die in a savage guerrilla war that shows no signs of abating after eight years. So far, the battle by Islamist separatists has taken the lives of more than 5,000 people with the number increasing. Now, say diplomats, the situation is growing increasingly worrisome, and in fact could escalate into an international security crisis similar to Yemen or Afghanistan, according to Britain's ambassador to Thailand.

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