Facebook's 'double-edged sword' in Thai carnage

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Facebook's 'double-edged sword' in Thai carnage

Crucial to pulling off safe and dramatic rescue from shopping mall in Nakhon Ratchasima.

Facebook celebrity doctor Parkphum Dejhutsadin said his phone suddenly started pinging on Saturday - scores of his two million followers in Thailand were desperate and they needed his help. With nowhere to turn as they cowered in a shopping mall from a rogue soldier who had already killed more ...

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