MAE SAM LAEO: Army launches more airstrikes in the eastern on Tuesday Myanmar Thousands of ethnicities forced after earlier attacks Karen Violence two months after fleeing and moving to Thailand Junta seized power. The Prime Minister of Thailand said that the villagers who fled Weekend air strike Returned to his own home, denying that his countryHe was forced by security forces to return.
But in eastern Myanmar, the situation became less visible, not dangerous, but more.
The main political organization representing the Karen minority, the Karen National Union, said the airstrike was the latest case of Myanmar's military breaking the ceasefire agreement and would have to be responded to.
Protests against the coup continued in Myanmar's cities as an attack. February 1 that ousted an elected civilian government and reversed a decade of progress towards democracy in the South East Asian country. Hundreds of civilians have been killed by security forces trying to resist the coup.
US State Department Tuesday ordered non-essential US diplomats and their families to leave Myanmar, which is expected to continue the protest. The US first suspended a trade deal and banned trade with junta leaders as well as military holding companies.
The head of the Department of Foreign Affairs of KNU, Saaw Taw Ni, said that airstrikes in eastern Myanmar on Tuesday killed six civilians and injured 11.
Free Burma Rangers member Dave Eubank, who provides medical support in the region, provided similar information about the casualties.
KNU is fighting for greater autonomy for the Karen people. It issued a statement from one of its armed units stating that "military ground forces are advancing from all fronts in our region" and are trying to respond.
The statement issued in the name of KNU stated, "We have no choice but to face these grave threats posed by the army of illegitimate junta to protect our region, our Karen people and their self-determination rights." " The office for the district which was attacked for the first time on Saturday.
Speaking ahead of the latest airstrikes, Thai Prime Minister Pruthuth Chan-Osha said that his country is ready to give asylum to anyone who survives the fighting, as Thailand has done many times for decades. His remarks came a day after humanitarian groups called for the repatriation of some of Thailand's thousands.
"There has been no inflow of refugees yet. We asked them that those who have a problem in their area went to Thailand. When they say there is no problem, we just let them go back to their land Asked for. We asked, we didn't use any. " Force, ”Prayuth told reporters.
"We won't push them back," he said. & # 39; If they are fighting, how can we do this? But if they don't have a fight at the moment, can they go back first? "
The governor of Thailand's Ma Hong Son province, where 3,000 refugees sought asylum, later said that those still on Thai soil were expected to return to their country in a day or two.
Protests continued in many Myanmar cities on Tuesday, despite more than 100 lives being lost on Saturday alone.
Engineers, teachers and students of the University of Technology in the southern city of Davi marched without incident.
The number of protesters killed in the city rose to eight with the announcement of the death of a teenager who was shot by soldiers on Saturday on a motorcycle with two friends. According to local media, a hospital certificate attributed his death to "serious injuries as he fell from a motorcycle."
Medical personnel in Mandalay, The second largest city in the country, honored three of its allies killed by security forces. Two doctors and a nurse were remembered in a plain ceremony in front of a banner with their pictures and the words "Rest in Power".
In a cemetery in the largest city, Yangon, three families bid farewell to relatives killed in a night of chaos in the South Dagon neighborhood. Residents said police and soldiers fired randomly with live ammunition.
According to Myanmar's Aid Association for Political Prisoners, at least 510 protesters have been killed since the coup, counting those who can document it and say the actual toll is likely to be much higher . It states that 2,574 people have been detained, including a total of civilian leaders. Aung San Suu Kyi, Whose National League for Democracy Party was saved from a landslide in the November election.
In Thailand's Mae Sam Lep village on the banks of the Salwen River, which forms the border with Myanmar, paramilitary Thai rangers waved a boat twice on Tuesday, carrying seven people from the other side, including a flat and a There was a bandage with the other. Head. But the ambulance soon turned to Thai and she landed anyway.
Thai villagers helped the medical staff carry the injured on stretchers. A man had large bruises on his back with open wounds, a medical staff said, that could have been caused by an explosion.
An elderly woman in the group had small cuts and scratches all over her face. Thai nurses took part in defensive gear to defend against Kovid-19, testing him and others for coronovirus.