In Sagaing Division, 69 people were killed and 35 were arrested in two weeks

In Sagaing Division, 69 people were killed and 35 were arrested in two weeks  According to a separate list compiled by RFA, the military Tangse in Sagaing Division due to cross-border offensive Pearl It's hard. က နီ၊ ကျွန်း လှ၊ Children ရေ⁇ း၊ Chaung Oo A total of 69 people, including PDF members, were killed in the two weeks from March 1 to 15 in some townships, including Khin Oo.  Thirty-five people have been arrested and three are still missing. This is just a summary of what RFA has compiled on local media and local media coverage, and in practice it could be much more.  From March 8, the military council troops began airing to villages in Yinmarpin Township. Twelve civilians were killed in Letpan Taw village on the same day as a series of incursions. Three more are missing, according to Letpantaw villagers.  Ko Khan, a spokesman for the North Yama Defense Group in Yinmarpin Township, told RFA that a PDF member was among those killed in Letpantaw village that day.  " Since March 1 , 14 innocent civilians have been killed. PDF A member of the force ; A total of 15 people were shot dead. That includes children. Including the elderly . Hundreds of our homes were set on fire. On the enemy side , we invaded Yin Mar Pin again , and the local people could not return home because they were afraid of burning their houses." It simply came to our notice then .  Sagaing Division He said heavy fighting broke out between the military council and local PDF forces on the morning of March 11 near Mrauk Nong village in Yinmarpin Township, killing one PDF member.  In Sein Sa village, Tangse Township, five members of the Pyu Saw Htee group were killed on March 12 when the military council immediately retaliated, killing five civilians.  On March 12, in Pearl Township, Three members of the local defense forces were killed and three others wounded in a joint offensive against Pyu Saw Htee members of the military council in Tonkan village. Four people were seriously injured, according to the Golden Sword People's Defense Force.   In Kany Township, Sagaing Division, there were about 30 clashes in the second week of March, killing five civilians, a Kany resident who spoke on condition of anonymity told RFA.  " In March, there was only one match in Kanibet. More than 30 times on the border between Kanni and Yinmarpin . As of March , only five people had been killed so far . "It simply came to our notice then .  The RFA has not been able to confirm the deaths of the Pyu Saw Htee members of the military council, as the military council has not released any information.  Similarly, in Kyun Hla Township. A male and female member of the PDF force in Welamu village. Seven women were arrested and the bodies of two of their men were found on March 5. The exact circumstances of the five women arrested are still unknown.  "Hundreds of our homes have been set on fire."  On March 8, Khin Oo Township, Sagaing Division. A local resident told RFA that clashes broke out between local councilors and soldiers near Theindaw village, killing 11 people on the PDF side and killing two civilians captured by the council as human shields.  " There was a clash between the two sides at around 9 in the morning . While they were in the village, their comrades from outside resisted . At the time of the resistance, they were spreading from place to place. "While we were searching for their bodies for burial , the main findings were that most of the bodies were shot and wounded with 40mm rounds in the area where their clothes were left behind ."  Three civilians were killed in a fire that broke out in Mantaw village in Khin Oo Township on March 5, and the bodies of three civilians and three civilians were found on March 1 in Utpo village in Yae Oo Township.  A resident of Sha Lwin village told RFA that these incidents have increased the resentment of the people in Sagaing Division against the military dictator.  " What I want to say is that what we do not want most is dictatorship . So I want to say that the more they do that, the more our people do not want them.  According to figures compiled by RFA, 47 people were killed in Sagaing Division in February and 69 in March.  In the second week of March alone, the death toll was higher than in the previous month, and the situation in Sagaing Division was worsening. Military analysts say.  According to Data for Myanmar, which monitors arson attacks across the country, more than 7,000 homes have been set on fire in Myanmar in the more than one year since the military coup on February 1, 2022, until March 15, with 4,426 houses in Sagaing Division.  The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) said on March 1 that more than 170,000 internally displaced persons (IDPs) have been displaced in Sagaing Division due to these circumstances.

According to a separate list compiled by RFA, the military Tangse in Sagaing Division due to cross-border offensive Pearl It's hard.A total of 69 people, including PDF members, were killed in the two weeks from March 1 to 15 in some townships, including Khin Oo.

Thirty-five people have been arrested and three are still missing. This is just a summary of what RFA has compiled on local media and local media coverage, and in practice it could be much more.

From March 8, the military council troops began airing to villages in Yinmarpin Township. Twelve civilians were killed in Letpan Taw village on the same day as a series of incursions. Three more are missing, according to Letpantaw villagers.

Ko Khan, a spokesman for the North Yama Defense Group in Yinmarpin Township, told RFA that a PDF member was among those killed in Letpantaw village that day.

" Since March 1 , 14 innocent civilians have been killed. PDF A member of the force ; A total of 15 people were shot dead. That includes children. Including the elderly . Hundreds of our homes were set on fire. On the enemy side , we invaded Yin Mar Pin again , and the local people could not return home because they were afraid of burning their houses." It simply came to our notice then .

Sagaing Division He said heavy fighting broke out between the military council and local PDF forces on the morning of March 11 near Mrauk Nong village in Yinmarpin Township, killing one PDF member.

In Sein Sa village, Tangse Township, five members of the Pyu Saw Htee group were killed on March 12 when the military council immediately retaliated, killing five civilians.

On March 12, in Pearl Township, Three members of the local defense forces were killed and three others wounded in a joint offensive against Pyu Saw Htee members of the military council in Tonkan village. Four people were seriously injured, according to the Golden Sword People's Defense Force.


In Kany Township, Sagaing Division, there were about 30 clashes in the second week of March, killing five civilians, a Kany resident who spoke on condition of anonymity told RFA.

" In March, there was only one match in Kanibet. More than 30 times on the border between Kanni and Yinmarpin . As of March , only five people had been killed so far . "It simply came to our notice then .

The RFA has not been able to confirm the deaths of the Pyu Saw Htee members of the military council, as the military council has not released any information.

Similarly, in Kyun Hla Township. A male and female member of the PDF force in Welamu village. Seven women were arrested and the bodies of two of their men were found on March 5. The exact circumstances of the five women arrested are still unknown.

"Hundreds of our homes have been set on fire."

On March 8, Khin Oo Township, Sagaing Division. A local resident told RFA that clashes broke out between local councilors and soldiers near Theindaw village, killing 11 people on the PDF side and killing two civilians captured by the council as human shields.

" There was a clash between the two sides at around 9 in the morning . While they were in the village, their comrades from outside resisted . At the time of the resistance, they were spreading from place to place. "While we were searching for their bodies for burial , the main findings were that most of the bodies were shot and wounded with 40mm rounds in the area where their clothes were left behind ."

Three civilians were killed in a fire that broke out in Mantaw village in Khin Oo Township on March 5, and the bodies of three civilians and three civilians were found on March 1 in Utpo village in Yae Oo Township.

A resident of Sha Lwin village told RFA that these incidents have increased the resentment of the people in Sagaing Division against the military dictator.

" What I want to say is that what we do not want most is dictatorship . So I want to say that the more they do that, the more our people do not want them.

According to figures compiled by RFA, 47 people were killed in Sagaing Division in February and 69 in March.

In the second week of March alone, the death toll was higher than in the previous month, and the situation in Sagaing Division was worsening. Military analysts say.

According to Data for Myanmar, which monitors arson attacks across the country, more than 7,000 homes have been set on fire in Myanmar in the more than one year since the military coup on February 1, 2022, until March 15, with 4,426 houses in Sagaing Division.

The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) said on March 1 that more than 170,000 internally displaced persons (IDPs) have been displaced in Sagaing Division due to these circumstances.

Australia allows military and police CDM staff to settle  The Australian Government is granting resettlement to its members of the CDM, who took part in the Spring Revolution against the Coup d'état.   RFA reports that two CDM officers and their families arrived in Australia for the first time in mid-February. The AGE reported in Melbourne on March 18 that they had been granted asylum by the Australian government in January and that the coup d'état, led by Senior General Min Aung Hlaing, was "very cunning." They said they did not want to kill the people.  The United Nations and other international organizations have been working since last year to help refugees fleeing the risk of arrest and execution in the face of repression by the military council, but the Australian government has accepted the CDM security forces.  The Australian Home Office has said it will not comment on the issue of humanitarian asylum, taking into account the circumstances of the asylum seekers and the country in which they live.    Min Ko Naing, an 88 Generation community leader, said the progress was made possible by the consistent efforts of many members of the military, including the NUG government and CDM officers from the military, to get the military and the police on the side of the people. He told RFA that it was time for those who remain under the military council to make the right decisions for their future and the country.   "This program has been going on for a long time," he said. Already In the past, local and foreign people have tried. The first officers to leave the next unit also tried. This is the effort of all. There were various plans to try to cross over to the people. These are the tempo ups today. The drama is getting higher. So you need to know your situation. If their life wins, it will be a hill camp. So, the situation of those who win or lose. So if they want to win, there is only one victory for each individual. Because to take refuge in the public square. At this time, it is good to know that the people are giving us the opportunity to turn around and cross over. If they have intelligence. that's all."  CDM Captain Lin Htet Aung said the security situation in a third country would increase the number of army and police officers who would leave the military council.   "It simply came to our notice then that the democracies were accepting an opportunity for those who wanted to leave the military," he said. There have always been people who want to leave, but people in the military are more concerned about security and survival. There is a difference between CDM in the army and outside CDM. We face both local law and military law, so if we are arrested again, we will consider a minimum sentence of seven years and a maximum death penalty. CDMs across the country are in trouble, but I'm different. After coming out, some people did not want to take up arms again in the revolution. This is the greatest good news for anyone who wants to come out against the extremist military council.  "So you need to know your situation. If their life wins, it will be a hill station. At this time, it is good to know that the people are giving us the opportunity to turn around and cross over. If they have intelligence. ”  Kyi Win, a Burmese activist based in Sydney, Australia, said the Burmese community would welcome the visitors and help them as needed.   "I am very proud of the CDM soldiers who came out in good faith because they did not want to persecute the people," he said. We hope they will continue to come out. If there is a problem with the CDM troops and the police who came to Australia, there are many people in the Burmese family who will be active in helping. You will know when you get here. You can also contact us. Even if you can not afford it, we will contact those who can afford it. I would like to say that the Burmese community will always welcome you if the Tatmadaw does CDM for the sake of the country and the people. ”   Many Burmese who have fled the country since the military coup are now in third countries, including the United States and Australia, some of whom remain active in the Spring Revolution.

Australia allows military and police CDM staff to settle


The Australian Government is granting resettlement to its members of the CDM, who took part in the Spring Revolution against the Coup d'état. 

RFA reports that two CDM officers and their families arrived in Australia for the first time in mid-February. The AGE reported in Melbourne on March 18 that they had been granted asylum by the Australian government in January and that the coup d'état, led by Senior General Min Aung Hlaing, was "very cunning." They said they did not want to kill the people.

The United Nations and other international organizations have been working since last year to help refugees fleeing the risk of arrest and execution in the face of repression by the military council, but the Australian government has accepted the CDM security forces.

The Australian Home Office has said it will not comment on the issue of humanitarian asylum, taking into account the circumstances of the asylum seekers and the country in which they live. 


Min Ko Naing, an 88 Generation community leader, said the progress was made possible by the consistent efforts of many members of the military, including the NUG government and CDM officers from the military, to get the military and the police on the side of the people. He told RFA that it was time for those who remain under the military council to make the right decisions for their future and the country. 

"This program has been going on for a long time," he said. Already In the past, local and foreign people have tried. The first officers to leave the next unit also tried. This is the effort of all. There were various plans to try to cross over to the people. These are the tempo ups today. The drama is getting higher. So you need to know your situation. If their life wins, it will be a hill camp. So, the situation of those who win or lose. So if they want to win, there is only one victory for each individual. Because to take refuge in the public square. At this time, it is good to know that the people are giving us the opportunity to turn around and cross over. If they have intelligence. that's all."

CDM Captain Lin Htet Aung said the security situation in a third country would increase the number of army and police officers who would leave the military council. 

"It simply came to our notice then that the democracies were accepting an opportunity for those who wanted to leave the military," he said. There have always been people who want to leave, but people in the military are more concerned about security and survival. There is a difference between CDM in the army and outside CDM. We face both local law and military law, so if we are arrested again, we will consider a minimum sentence of seven years and a maximum death penalty. CDMs across the country are in trouble, but I'm different. After coming out, some people did not want to take up arms again in the revolution. This is the greatest good news for anyone who wants to come out against the extremist military council.

"So you need to know your situation. If their life wins, it will be a hill station. At this time, it is good to know that the people are giving us the opportunity to turn around and cross over. If they have intelligence. ”

Kyi Win, a Burmese activist based in Sydney, Australia, said the Burmese community would welcome the visitors and help them as needed. 

"I am very proud of the CDM soldiers who came out in good faith because they did not want to persecute the people," he said. We hope they will continue to come out. If there is a problem with the CDM troops and the police who came to Australia, there are many people in the Burmese family who will be active in helping. You will know when you get here. You can also contact us. Even if you can not afford it, we will contact those who can afford it. I would like to say that the Burmese community will always welcome you if the Tatmadaw does CDM for the sake of the country and the people. ” 

Many Burmese who have fled the country since the military coup are now in third countries, including the United States and Australia, some of whom remain active in the Spring Revolution.

The longest suspension bridge in the world in western Turkey  The world's longest suspension bridge was completed in the Dadaners Strait in Canakkale, western Turkey, and the opening ceremony was held on the 18th. The distance between the two main towers, which indicates the scale of the suspension bridge, reached 2023 meters, overtaking the Akashi Kaikyo Bridge, which connects Kobe City and Awaji City in Hyogo Prefecture, which was the largest in the world. Built by the Turkish-Korean business alliance, the opening ceremony was attended by President Erdogan and South Korean Prime Minister Kim Bu-gyeom.  The Dardanels Strait, along with the Bosphorus Strait, is a strategic point for maritime transportation that connects the Mediterranean Sea and the Black Sea. The total length of the suspension bridge that opened is about 3.6 km, and a highway with three lanes on each side connects Europe and Asia. The Akashi Kaikyo Bridge has a total length of about 3.9 km, and the distance between the two main towers is 1991 meters

The longest suspension bridge in the world in western Turkey : Japan


The world's longest suspension bridge was completed in the Dadaners Strait in Canakkale, western Turkey, and the opening ceremony was held on the 18th. The distance between the two main towers, which indicates the scale of the suspension bridge, reached 2023 meters, overtaking the Akashi Kaikyo Bridge, which connects Kobe City and Awaji City in Hyogo Prefecture, which was the largest in the world. Built by the Turkish-Korean business alliance, the opening ceremony was attended by President Erdogan and South Korean Prime Minister Kim Bu-gyeom.

The Dardanels Strait, along with the Bosphorus Strait, is a strategic point for maritime transportation that connects the Mediterranean Sea and the Black Sea. The total length of the suspension bridge that opened is about 3.6 km, and a highway with three lanes on each side connects Europe and Asia. The Akashi Kaikyo Bridge has a total length of about 3.9 km, and the distance between the two main towers is 1991 meters
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