Unrest over Violence in Thailand The latest clash between Thai security forces and Muslim activists near the Malaysian border resulted in scores dead. Thailand's King has expressed concern about how the incident was handled. Human rights groups expressed outrage. But many in Thailand's Buddhist majority believe that a forceful response to Muslim activism is warranted. NPR's Michael Sullivan reports.
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The latest clash between Thai security forces and Muslim activists near the Malaysian border resulted in scores dead. Thailand's King has expressed concern about how the incident was handled. Human rights groups expressed outrage. But many in Thailand's Buddhist majority believe that a forceful response to Muslim activism is warranted. NPR's Michael Sullivan reports.