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Showing posts with label bloodshed. Show all posts
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Thursday, April 8, 2021

Bloodshed in Myanmar as troops open fire on protesters

WHBL
By Syndicated Content
Apr 7, 2021 

























(Reuters) - Myanmar troops stormed an anti-coup protest camp on Wednesday, a resident said, in a pre-dawn operation that local media said killed and wounded several demonstrators, as activists defied a bloody crackdown and internet blockade by the ruling junta.

Myanmar has been in chaos since a Feb. 1 coup that ended a brief period of civilian-led democracy and sparked nationwide protests and strikes, despite the ruling military's use of lethal force to quell the resistance.

Wednesday, March 31, 2021

Anguish in Myanmar after weekend of 'outrageous' bloodshed

CNN
Helen Regan
March 30, 2021

















(CNN)Myanmar's military junta chief Min Aung Hlaing threw a lavish dinner party Saturday while his troops reportedly shot dead more than 100 people in the streets and forced thousands of people to flee into neighboring Thailand, during a weekend of indiscriminate terror and bloodshed that was widely condemned internationally.

Images posted on social media showed the coup leader dressed in a bow tie and a white, medal-laiden jacket walking a red carpet, greeting attendees and sitting down to a meal to mark Armed Forces Day.

Tuesday, February 26, 2019

Investment whitewash for Rohingya bloodshed

ASIA TIMES
 February 26, 2019

Historic temples. Sandy beaches. Fishing grounds and farmland galore. This is the idyllic and profitable picture that the government of Myanmar painted last week for potential investors in the country’s troubled Rakhine state. The government sought to allure crowds of potential investors from countries including Japan and South Korea who attended the Rakhine State Investment Fair in the town of Thandwe, with descriptions of Rakhine’s “untapped” investment potential.