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Showing posts with label Myanmar Violence. Show all posts
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Wednesday, June 2, 2021

Myanmar violence, hunger and ruin risk deeper refugee crisis

NIKKEI ASIA
DOMINIC FAULDER, Nikkei Asia associate editor
JUNE 1, 2021
Medical personnel tend to internally displaced people in Myanmar's Karen State following military air strikes in the area, in this handout image released on May 7. © Karen Medical Information/AFP

Flaring conflicts between military and ethnic groups make bad situation worse

BANGKOK -- A bitter tide of internally displaced persons, or IDPs, is washing up along the historically fractious Myanmar-Thailand border as fighting spreads into new areas.

Over 50,000 people from some 150 villages were reported to have fled their homes around Loikaw and Demoso in the north of Kayah State and Shan State's southerly Pekon township after fighting erupted on May 21.

Tuesday, March 30, 2021

U.S. 'horrified' by Myanmar violence, Blinken says after bloodiest day since military coup

nbc News
By Yuliya Talmazan
March 28, 2021, 


The courageous people of Burma reject the military’s reign of terror,” Blinken said after the worst day of violence in Myanmar since last month's coup..

 

The United States is “horrified” by the bloodshed in Myanmar, Secretary of State Antony Blinken said Saturday, after the country’s bloodiest day of protests since last month’s military coup.

The violent crackdown on demonstrators by Myanmar’s security forces showed that the junta will “sacrifice the lives of the people to serve the few,” Blinken said in a tweet.

Thursday, October 15, 2020

Rohingya crisis: Exiled blogger describes Myanmar violence

DW
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Rohingya activist and blogger Nay San Lwin has been documenting torture and subjugation faced by his people in Myanmar. His blog has become one of the most reliable sources on the brutal crackdown against the Rohingya.Long before the suffering inflicted on Myanmar's prompted global outcry, Nay San Lwin's website, Rohingya Blogger, provided daily updates on the Muslim minority's everday plight.
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