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Burma Army - Latest news about the Myanmar Army

Myanmar's head of the armed forces on Saturday charged Rohinyga fighters for an blast in front of a Rakhine state mosque when a right-wing group charged the armed forces with setting fire to the area to stop the return of migrants. These riots come after the day after Myanmar civil commander Aung San Suu Kyi announced that the forces have stopped "evacuation operations" in the frontier area, forcing more than 430,000 Rohingya returnees to escape to Bangladesh in less than a month. Aung San Suu Kyi, Myanmar's civil commander, said that the country's armed forces had been infiltrated.

The Myanmar military on Tuesday dismissed accusations of violations of human-rights in a United Nations attack bulletin that compelled some 75,000 Rohingya to escape to neighboring Bangladesh. There are already tens of thousand of people fleeing their homeland. Myanmar's military force has murdered nearly 70 persons since the takeover of North Rakhine State last months, the military said, and added that news coverage of large-scale devastation in the area is "false news".

Insurgents who spent four month struggling against the Myanmar military in a jagged area bordering China unilaterally truce on Thursday, after resisting the perpetrators, were threatening a nation-wide treaty of freedom and burying it across the line. Helpers on Thursday demanded a cease-fire to allow the removal of those captured in a city in the heart of violent conflict between the Myanmar military and tribal rebel groups after two more civil men were killed in an area shrouded in a state of crisis.

Myanmar's army took command of a destroyed downtown area on Saturday and regained power after several-day-long conflicts between Buddhists and Muslims that claimed it. Burma continues to recruit and deploy children despite its support for democracy reform and a UN treaty to end the practices, a group said.

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