More than 50,000 refugees in one week

More than 50,000 refugees in one week  The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) said on March 9 that the number of refugees displaced by the military coup had risen to 503,000.  This is the latest figure as of March 1, and the number of refugees has risen by more than 50,000 in seven days.  Shelter for refugees; Food He said there was not enough drinking water and supplies. Residents of Sum Pian village in Putao Township fleeing fighting between the military council and the KIA and PDF in late February.  In Kayah State, some refugees have returned to their homes, but fighting continues in those areas and there is a possibility of further displacement, according to the UNHCR.  The number of displaced people in Chin State is also rising. Recent fighting has displaced about 1,000 people in Momauk, Kachin State.  According to UNHCR, there were about 370,400 refugees in Burma before the military coup, bringing the total to more than 870,000.   Eight civilians, including three children, were killed in eight days in Kayah  The Karenni National Defense Force (KNDF) said on March 9 that eight civilians were killed in a military offensive in Kayah State from March 1 to 8.  The dead included three elderly men from Sin Taung village in Dimawso Township; Two from Kwat Thit Village, Bawlakha Township; Three children under the age of 10 from Loi Htwe Village, Loikaw Township; A total of eight.  A statement from the KNDF said that three children from Loi Htwe village were killed by artillery shells by locals in Sin Taung and Kwat Thit villages.  A local resident, who did not want to be named for security reasons, said the victims in Sin Taung village were elderly people who could not escape.  "They were in the village when the army entered and arrested them. They were tied up and killed. They were tied up and shot in the head. They were deaf when they were not in good health."  On the morning of March 8, three children were killed when artillery shells hit the village of Song Dula by the military council, killing three children, according to Comrade Joka, a member of the People's Defense Forces.  “When their family is at home. While the children were playing under a tree, the weapon suddenly dropped. Four children were playing near the site of the shooting. There is also my father. Weapons were hit. Three children died on the spot. His daughter is 15 years old. His father suffered external injuries. "  An official from the Karenni National Defense Force (KNDF) said that the people were being held accountable for the actions of the military council.  "We have nothing more to say about the actions of the military council," he said. There are many human rights violations. Another thing is that we do not have to comment because the worst possible routes have been used throughout the military council. How much do we have to pay for this? I do not know how much more I have to deal with. But since we have all chosen this path, we are going to react strongly to this action. We want our people to be safe. "Every member of our group has a responsibility to protect us."  In the first week of March, the military council troops attacked Moebye on February 15 in Songdu Ywa Thit Village Tract, Demawso Township. Locals say they have reached Pupha and Thesulay villages.  "The actions of the military council have nothing to speak about." In the first week of March, 43 KIO fighters were killed and two KNDF comrades were killed in clashes between the two sides, the KNDF said in a statement today.  However, RFA could not confirm this number separately. The KNDF says the council has been using air strikes as well as tanks and MLRS intercontinental ballistic missiles during the offensive.  General Zaw Min Tun, a spokesman for the military council, was contacted by RFA by telephone today but could not be reached until the evening.  U Banya, director of the Karenni Human Rights Group, said the civilian casualties were due to serious human rights abuses.  "It simply came to our notice then. We also see the military councils arresting and killing those they see every time they conduct a battle. This is a very serious human rights violation. He especially persecuted people. Then he killed them. And the bodies were cremated. In addition to military crimes, they are simply destroying the human rights abuses committed by the world. "It simply came to our notice then.  The Karenni People's Progressive Force (KPN) announced on March 2 that 221 civilians have been killed in fighting in Kayah State since the military coup.  The fighting, which began on May 21 last year in Dimoso, is now rampant in almost every state. The Karenni Human Rights Group says the fighting has brought nearly 200,000 refugees to Kayah State.

The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) said on March 9 that the number of refugees displaced by the military coup had risen to 503,000. Myanmar

This is the latest figure as of March 1, and the number of refugees has risen by more than 50,000 in seven days.

Shelter for refugees; Food He said there was not enough drinking water and supplies.
Residents of Sum Pian village in Putao Township fleeing fighting between the military council and the KIA and PDF in late February.

In Kayah State, some refugees have returned to their homes, but fighting continues in those areas and there is a possibility of further displacement, according to the UNHCR.

The number of displaced people in Chin State is also rising. Recent fighting has displaced about 1,000 people in Momauk, Kachin State.

According to UNHCR, there were about 370,400 refugees in Burma before the military coup, bringing the total to more than 870,000.


Eight civilians, including three children, were killed in eight days in Kayah

The Karenni National Defense Force (KNDF) said on March 9 that eight civilians were killed in a military offensive in Kayah State from March 1 to 8.

The dead included three elderly men from Sin Taung village in Dimawso Township; Two from Kwat Thit Village, Bawlakha Township; Three children under the age of 10 from Loi Htwe Village, Loikaw Township; A total of eight.

A statement from the KNDF said that three children from Loi Htwe village were killed by artillery shells by locals in Sin Taung and Kwat Thit villages.

A local resident, who did not want to be named for security reasons, said the victims in Sin Taung village were elderly people who could not escape.

"They were in the village when the army entered and arrested them. They were tied up and killed. They were tied up and shot in the head. They were deaf when they were not in good health."

On the morning of March 8, three children were killed when artillery shells hit the village of Song Dula by the military council, killing three children, according to Comrade Joka, a member of the People's Defense Forces.

“When their family is at home. While the children were playing under a tree, the weapon suddenly dropped. Four children were playing near the site of the shooting. There is also my father. Weapons were hit. Three children died on the spot. His daughter is 15 years old. His father suffered external injuries. "

An official from the Karenni National Defense Force (KNDF) said that the people were being held accountable for the actions of the military council.

"We have nothing more to say about the actions of the military council," he said. There are many human rights violations. Another thing is that we do not have to comment because the worst possible routes have been used throughout the military council. How much do we have to pay for this? I do not know how much more I have to deal with. But since we have all chosen this path, we are going to react strongly to this action. We want our people to be safe. "Every member of our group has a responsibility to protect us."

In the first week of March, the military council troops attacked Moebye on February 15 in Songdu Ywa Thit Village Tract, Demawso Township. Locals say they have reached Pupha and Thesulay villages.

"The actions of the military council have nothing to speak about."
In the first week of March, 43 KIO fighters were killed and two KNDF comrades were killed in clashes between the two sides, the KNDF said in a statement today.

However, RFA could not confirm this number separately.
The KNDF says the council has been using air strikes as well as tanks and MLRS intercontinental ballistic missiles during the offensive.

General Zaw Min Tun, a spokesman for the military council, was contacted by RFA by telephone today but could not be reached until the evening.

U Banya, director of the Karenni Human Rights Group, said the civilian casualties were due to serious human rights abuses.

"It simply came to our notice then. We also see the military councils arresting and killing those they see every time they conduct a battle. This is a very serious human rights violation. He especially persecuted people. Then he killed them. And the bodies were cremated. In addition to military crimes, they are simply destroying the human rights abuses committed by the world. "It simply came to our notice then.

The Karenni People's Progressive Force (KPN) announced on March 2 that 221 civilians have been killed in fighting in Kayah State since the military coup.

The fighting, which began on May 21 last year in Dimoso, is now rampant in almost every state. The Karenni Human Rights Group says the fighting has brought nearly 200,000 refugees to Kayah State.

Densus 88 arrests a suspected terrorist in Sukoharjo  Semarang - The Anti-terror Special Detachment (Densus) 88 arrested a suspected terrorist in the Sukoharjo Regency, Central Java.  The Head of Public Relations of the Central Java Police, Kombes Pol. Iqbal Alqudusy in Semarang, Thursday, confirmed the action taken by the Densus on Wednesday (9/3/22) that night.  He explained that the terrorist suspects were taken decisive and measurable actions that resulted in the death of the person concerned.  "The body in question has been taken to Bhayangkara Hospital in Semarang for an autopsy," he said.  However, Iqbal is not ready to explain in more detail the identity and chronology of the Detachment 88 action in Sukoharjo.  According to him, a more detailed explanation will be given by Densus 88 and the Divhumas of the National Police Headquarters.

Densus 88 arrests a suspected terrorist in Sukoharjo :Indonesia


Semarang - The Anti-terror Special Detachment (Densus) 88 arrested a suspected terrorist in the Sukoharjo Regency, Central Java.

The Head of Public Relations of the Central Java Police, Kombes Pol. Iqbal Alqudusy in Semarang, Thursday, confirmed the action taken by the Densus on Wednesday (9/3/22) that night.

He explained that the terrorist suspects were taken decisive and measurable actions that resulted in the death of the person concerned.

"The body in question has been taken to Bhayangkara Hospital in Semarang for an autopsy," he said.

However, Iqbal is not ready to explain in more detail the identity and chronology of the Detachment 88 action in Sukoharjo.

According to him, a more detailed explanation will be given by Densus 88 and the Divhumas of the National Police Headquarters.
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