These young cadets from the Arakan Army fell alongside 15 comrades from other ethnic armies as the Burmy Army attacked the Kachin Independence Army’s Military Academy on 19.11.2014.photos: ရကၡိဳင့္တပ္မေတာ္ – သတင္းႏွင့္ ျပန္ၾကားေရးဌာန
Initial reports indicated that 22 had died in the attack however a 23rd trainee died of his injuries en route to hospital, the Kachin News Group has learned. The remaining 15 survivors are being cared for in Laiza.
Name: Ms. Hla Khaing ( 43 years old)
Address in Myanmar: Chaung-Wa ward, Kyauk Taw township, Rakhaing state
– On 16, November 2014, unknown Thai man, who is about twenty years old, killed Myanmar migrant’s woman. Ms. Hla Khaing, was killed by a murder at her room while she was living with her two children. Unknown
Thai men asked for drinking water and enter the room, where the Myanmar migrants are living. The doors were locked when he was in the room. Ms. Aye Myat Thwe, thirteen years old daughter said “ my mother was killed by unknown Thai man, who asked money and gold from my mother. Her mother refused to give and she was beaten on the head by iron stick than the knife cut her throat and she died. I was tried to help and I also been beaten by murder and put in the room. He locked me in the room, and he searched some our belonging and he took 5000 Bath and gold”.
Ms. Aye Myat Thwe is getting medical treatment at Chaise sub-district hospital in Surathani province, in Southern Thailand. “ The murder was run away though back door when we arrived at victims’ house.” Said, male migrants, who visited to victims’ house, at that time, and they helped girl to refer the hospital. The murder was arrested by the local police and he demonstrate how, he killed the women. The victims’ family needs some legal documents from Myanmar government and FED’s migrants’ development team is tying to provide the legal assistance.
Now, FED’s is tried to contact Myanmar embassy in Bangkok, in order to provide some legal document.
Mr. Moe Way, staff from FED’s said “ we are providing legal assistance to migrants, who are needed, and a female migrant was raped and two migrants have been killed last two months ago.” unofficial trans. by HTOO CHIT PHOTOCR. Nai Khin
KHON KAEN, Nov 19 – Prime Minister Gen Prayut Chan-o-cha said that he did not feel disheartened by the protest by students he encountered Wednesday during his trip to the Northeast, which is a stronghold of anti-coup movements.
Five students from Khon Kaen University wore black shirts with an anti-coup message showing a three-finger salute, a symbolic gesture showing opposition to the May 22 coup, to Gen Prayut as he was about to speak at Khon Kaen Provincial Hall to launch the campaign to assist drought victims in the region.
Speaking to reporters on the matter, Gen Prayut pointed out that disagreement could happen anytime and anywhere and said he can tolerate it as long as people expressed their disagreements and differences peacefully.
He said he does not view this as obstacle to his job and said he would try to [improve] understanding and adjust the attitude of these people.
Following their interruption, the five students were escorted out of the hall. They were reportedly taken for attitude adjustment.
The prime minister also said he will also visit the northern and the southern regions to get first hand information about problems of local people.
Gen Prayut’s trip to the Northeast was intended to inspect drought crisis management in the region. The prime minister is scheduled to return to Bangkok this evening. (MCOT)
BUT IF THEY HAD GUNS ?? PRAYUTH NEES BETTER SECURITY
Posted: November 19, 2014
The National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Monday arrested an explosives expert in Hyderabad, who is believed to be a Myanmar national, in connection with its probe into the October 2 Burdwan blast and Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB) terror conspiracy.
According to the NIA, 28-year-old Khaleed alias Khalid Mohammed is a trained IED explosive expert and has links with Bangladesh-based terrorist groups. Khalid, who is believed to hail from Myanmar’s Rakhine state, is reportedly associated with the Rohingya Solidarity Organisation — set up in the early 1980s to fight for citizenship and rights for the minority Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar.
He is alleged to be involved inrunning terror camps in bordering areas of Bangladesh and Myanmar.
Officials said incriminating videos of training material, literature relating to poisons, IED making, bomb making, explosives and jihad were found from his possession.
The seized documents also allegedly include jihadi literature pertaining to the Islamic State.
NIA sources said that Khalid has admitted to having undergone terror training conducted by the Tehreek-e-Azadi-Arakan with trainers from Tehreek-e-Taliban-Pakistan. He was residing in Hyderabad from October 2012 and managed to procure fake identity documents, the NIA alleged, adding that he did not have valid travel documents.
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