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MAE HONG SON, Thailand (Reuters) - Tracing his fingers over a "Love and Peace" tattoo inked on his forearm in a misty valley on the Thai-Myanmar border, 49-year-old former soldier Isaac said he was contemplating a return to war.
About 3,000 villagers from territory in eastern Myanmar controlled by the Karen ethnic minority fled across the border to Thailand after Myanmar military aircraft dropped bombs on a Karen guerrilla position, according to workers for two humanitarian relief agencies.
Protesters and mourners took to the streets of Myanmar on Monday after the deadliest weekend since the military coup, as US President Joe Biden led international condemnation of the junta's ruthless crackdown.
CAMBODIA, March 28 (Phnom Penh Post/ANN) - The private sector rejoiced after the government on March 25 announced its eight round of measures to keep businesses afloat and stimulate economic growth as the Kingdom grapples with surging novel coronavirus infections.
(Reuters) -Myanmar's security forces have killed at least 510 civilians in nearly two months of efforts to stop protests against a Feb. 1 coup, an advocacy group said on Monday, as thousands of people took to the streets again despite the growing toll.
YANGON (AFP): US President Joe Biden has led global condemnation of an "absolutely outrageous" crackdown by Myanmar's junta that left more than 100 people -- including several children -- dead in the bloodiest day since the coup two months ago.
YANGON (Reuters) About 3,000 villagers from Myanmar's southeastern Karen state fled to Thailand on Sunday (March 28) following air attacks by the army on an area held by an ethnic armed group, an activist group and local media said.
(Reuters) - About 3,000 villagers from Myanmar's southeastern Karen state fled to Thailand on Sunday following air attacks by the army on an area held by an ethnic armed group, an activist group and local media said.
UN 'horrified' as Myanmar's protesters see deadliest day since coup; scores of fumeral held after Saturday massacre
Myanmar security forces killed dozens of people on Saturday (March 27) in the deadliest day since February's military coup, sparking a global wave of condemnation led by the United Nations on Sunday.