Thai soldiers paint over separatist messages left on a bridge by suspected militants the night before in the Yingo district in Thailand's restive southern province of Narathiwat on November 3, 2016. Three people were shot dead in a night of co-ordinated violence across Thailand's rebellious 'Deep South', in attacks apparently timed with a visit by the new minister for the restive Muslim-majority region. The attacks began late on November 2 and rippled out over a wide area in the following hours with shootings, arson and bombings as well as the unfurling of banners decrying the Thai state, which colonised the region more than a century ago. / AFP PHOTO / MADAREE TOHLALA

August 29, 2018 3:43 PM (UTC+8)