At least 14 killed in rebel strike


Aftermath of violence: Emergency personnel inspecting the compound of the Gote Twin police station in Shan state following the attack. — AFP

Pyin Oo Lwin: At least 14 people have been killed in ongoing fighting between Myanmar’s military and rebels who mounted a series of attacks, including an unprecedented strike on an army academy, apparently in retaliation for massive drug seizures.

Ethnic armed rebel groups have for decades fought against the military – and often between themselves – for land and resources in Myanmar’s east.

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