BANGKOK (AFP) - Six people, including a one-year-old girl and two teachers, were gunned down in separate attacks on a teashop and school in Thailand’s insurgency-plagued south on Tuesday, police said. Gunmen sprayed bullets at villagers as they were having breakfast at a teashop in Narathiwat, one of three southern provinces to have suffered nearly nine years of unrest, killing the child, a 25-year-old woman and two men aged 37 and 70. Four others were injured in the shooting, including a 10-month-old boy. “We found 62 bullets fired at the scene,” local police chief Captain Boonsak Numad told AFP, adding that at least three people were thought to have been behind the violence.