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Showing posts with label Civilians. Show all posts
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Sunday, May 30, 2021

Armed Forces Round Up Civilians in Shan State

Shan Herald Agency for News 
Friday, May 28, 2021

Armed forces arrested many civilians in Shan State as part of the military regime’s campaign against the southeastern nation’s protest movement that has resisted its authority after the Army overthrew the democratically elected government before it could be sworn into power during a bloodless coup about four months ago.

youths collecting donations for displaced civilians in a market in the border town of Muse on Wednesday morning, May 26.


Armed forces, which included soldiers, police and members of a People’s Militia Force, arrested five youths collecting donations for displaced civilians in a market in the border town of Muse on Wednesday morning, May 26.

Ma Pyae Pyae, 32; Ma Nyein Thida, 28; Ma Soe Su Hlaing, 24; Ma Htet Yamin Nwe, 20 and Maung Swam Win, 17, were detained at about 10am, according to a woman.

Monday, July 15, 2019

Military to Investigative In-Custody Deaths in Rakhine

The Irrawaddy
By Nan Lwin
15 July 2019
Security forces conduct a manhunt through rural areas of Maungdaw Township, northern Rakhine State, in pursuit of those behind recent attacks on border guard posts. / Hein Htet / The Irrawaddy 

YANGON—The Myanmar military (or Tatmadaw) has formed a team to investigate the deaths of civilians held in its custody, amid criticism over the rising number of civilian deaths during their military operations against the Arakan Army (AA) in war-torn Rakhine State.

An announcement from the Tatmataw’s True News Information Team on Friday said the investigation will cover the death of “some civilians” while in detention, plus an investigation of civilian deaths related to the AA and AA-affiliated suspects in four townships in northern Rakhine State.

Saturday, April 20, 2019

Shelling Injures Two Civilians in N. Rakhine, Villagers Say.

The Irrawaddy
19 April 2019
By MOE MYINT



Maung Tun Aye is treated for shrapnel wounds at a hospital in Mrauk-U Township, Rakhine State, on Thursday. / Mrauk-U Karuna Wave / Facebook

YANGON — Two civilians in northern Rakhine State’s Mrauk-U Township were wounded by shrapnel from artillery fire after the Myanmar Army began shooting and shelling in the area on Wednesday night and into Thursday, according to locals.

Mrauk-U resident Ko Than Tun said about 460 people fled Baungdwat Village, about 3 km south of the township’s urban center, on Thursday and have taken shelter at the Myothit monastery in central Mrauk-U.

Thursday, April 11, 2019

Myanmar Army Launches Helicopter And Jet Strikes in Fierce Fighting in Rakhine State.

RADIO FREE ASIA
2019-04-10


A view of the entrance to the police battalion headquarters in Myanmar's northern Rakhine state, March 2019.


The Myanmar military unleashed helicopter and jet strikes in response to the rebel Arakan Army's (AA) on-the-ground attacks on a police residential unit and battalion headquarters believed to contain heavy arms belonging to government troops in war-ravaged Rakhine state’s Mrauk-U township, with spokesmen for the two forces releasing competing, imprecise casualty counts.

Sunday, March 31, 2019

Civilians hit by Rakhine fighting

MYANMAR TIMES
  Chan Thar 29 Mar 2019

More than 50 civilians have been killed or are missing due to fighting between the Tatmadaw (military) and Arakan Army (AA) in Rakhine State, according to an investigation by the Arakan National Party (ANP).
Led by ANP Vice Chair Daw Aye Nu Sein, a nine-member commission set up on March 20 investigated the fighting in Buthidaung, Rathedaung, Kyauktaw, Mrauk-U and Minbya townships.

Thursday, March 28, 2019

Fighting in Myanmar’s Rakhine Estimated to Have Displaced 22,000 People

RFA 
2019-03-27


Members of the Arakan National Party conduct a field visit to a displacement camp in western Myanmar's Rakhine state in an undated photo.
Members of the Arakan National Party conduct a field visit to a displacement camp in western Myanmar's Rakhine state in an undated photo.Photo courtesy of Htun Aung Kyaw


Intense fighting this week between Myanmar forces and the rebel Arakan Army (AA) in Rakhine state's Buthidaung and Rathedaung townships has displaced 2,000 villagers, raising the prospect of additional food and water shortages in the war-torn region, relief and disaster management workers said Wednesday.

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