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<div><a href="">Khaosod English</a>: An southern army commander has formally apologized the deadly raid that a fact-finding panel says killed four young men who had no connection to the local Islamic insurgency.</div> <div>&nbsp;</div> <div>The four men, in their early twenties and thirties, were shot dead by security officers during a raid in To Chud village in Pattani province on 25 March. </div>
<div>Suhaimi Senlae was one of the four unarmed civilian young men killed during a raid in Tung Yang Dang District of restive southern border province of Pattani in late March. Local people say he merely enjoyed himself with drugs when he was brutally shot dead by the authorities. Areeda Samoe, from the Network of Civil Society Women in the Deep South, talked to the family of Suhaimi. &nbsp;</div> <p></p>
<p dir="ltr"><span id="docs-internal-guid-30650f4f-84d6-11b2-11a7-0ff1c9c46913">The military in the restive Deep South on Friday searched and collected DNA samples of civil society workers without warrants after about 20 peace activists were earlier detained.</span></p>