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Stephan Sakalian Jan 16
“It was early morning when we fled. We had no time to pack as we have 5 children to take with us. Since we got here, we are depending on aid given to us. We don’t know what to do. It’s been 2 weeks since we arrived here” (Ma Sein Nu, who just fled from armed clashes in ).
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LaetitiavandenAssum Jan 15
all pieces of a political, economic & humanitarian conflict are aligning in a potentially new, dangerous phase to state’s protracted misery.With growing community support for the Arakan Army’s struggle, war could engulf the state for years to come
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Elise Tillet-Dagousset 5h
expressed alarm at the escalating violence in State and State, and called on all sides to exercise restraints in use of force and to ensure the protection of civilians.
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Mizzima News 37m
army ‘kills 13’ in counterattacks on rebels | Mizzima Myanmar News and Insight
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Matthew Smith 3h
The military’s “True News Information Team” warns journalists not to call the civil war in a civil war, but rather a “war of annihilation”—a brutish turn of phrase that really doesn’t bode well for peace in the country.
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MIGS 7h
, the army reported that it had killed 13 insurgents in clashes with the Arakan Army, an armed group in state.
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Stephan Sakalian Jan 10
We are concerned about the humanitarian consequences of the latest armed clashes in , particularly as it compounds an already precarious situation. teams have been very active for the past 3 weeks to respond to needs of affected communities.
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David M. Beneš 12h
Interesting filter choice by a member of the Arakan Army to show off gear seized from Tatmadaw in State.
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maung zarni 11h
killed 12 troops in non-believable "30 coordinated attacks" in 2017: retaliation = 40,000 killed, thousands,mass-raped; 400 villages burned; 300,000 kids orphaned; 800,000 genocidally deported VS SuuKyi Gov killed 13 ,5,000 IDP-ed
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Ro Nay San Lwin 15h
's de facto leader, Nobel Peace Laureate has ordered to "CRUSH" the Arakan Army ( rebels). How does this square with "PEACE?" Surely now is the time to revoke her Nobel Peace Prize?
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Aung_Thein® Jan 13
Replying to @AyeTun24139673
So Bad Condition in State
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MasudKarimমাক 54m
muslims, not less than 1300, who entered from recently, were staying at 's transit point, said an official here in / via |
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Gennike Mayers Jan 17
Almost 18 months after thousands of families fled many are still looking for their relatives who were left behind or who got separated along the way. Youth volunteers are key actors in
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RoFeed 12h
state councilor Aung San Suu Kyi told to quell completely the rebel group (AA), said military spokesman.
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Amnesty DE Asien Jan 14
“We are seriously concerned about new restrictions on humanitarian access which leave thousands of women, children and men in affected areas of Rakhine without access to adequate assistance and protection"
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Ashley S. Westerman 16h
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Tamer Yazar 17h
’s army has killed 13 rebel fighters in the western State, a spokesman (Major General Tun Tun Nyi) said on Friday, as government troops battle to contain a new insurgency in the troubled region.
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Toe Oung 23h
A working session of . High seas may be rough, but we’ll get there,
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Emily May Jan 17
MSF alarmed by recent widespread displacement in state and is ready to help those affected
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Monkey 🇬🇧 ‏ Jan 17
Replying to @mrat_san
You got some Zionist crusader support lol
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