World "Horse Scenes": Military Junta In Myanmar burns Civilians
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In the crisis of Myanmar, Soldiers of the Military Junta reported a village and burned a nearly dozen people alive. Among the victims are five teenagers, declared eyewitnesses on Wednesday. Social networks were pictures of the burned bodies to see whose hands were tied up on his back. "My brother was a student and only 22 years old," said a man from Don Taw in the northwest of the country of the German Press Agency. "When the soldiers came, he wanted to flee, but they have caught him and killed him."
Myanmar has sinked in Chaos and violence since a military coup in Chaos and violence. The junta suppresses every resistance brutal and always attacks civilians.
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Myanmar: Recent victims in the village of Don Taw War14 years old
about 100 military had stormed the village of Don Taw on Tuesday morning and then eleven citizens initially tortured and then cruelly murdered, the speaker of the "government of the national unity" said, a group of former Chosen politician who is now fighting from the underground against military Junta. The youngest victim had been 14 years old, the oldest 40, so the speaker. Sasa. "These deeds represent war crimes of highest ranges. It is simple and simply terrorist acts," it said in a message.
SASA spoke of "military scenes" and an "escalation of the terrorist acts of the military". The sheer brutality and cruelty of act evidence, "that, despite the apparent relative relaxation of recent months, the junta never intended to deest her violence campaign".
According to the prisoner aids organization AAPP, at least 1300 people have been killed since the overthrowment, about 10 000 more were arrested. (dpa)
Soldiers accused of shooting and burning villagers .
Myanmar villagers say soldiers carried out the killings in response to an attack on a military convoy.The incident occurred near the city of Monywa, after local militias opposing military rule carried out at least two bomb attacks on a military convoy.